If you think that over-stoked, orange-towel-waving crowd at Paul Brown Stadium gave a full-throated welcome to Giovani Bernard, the Cincinnati Bengals’ muscled mini-rookie who scored his first two NFL touchdowns in the 20-10 vanquishing of the Pittsburgh Steelers on the Monday Night Football stage, you should have heard the top-of-the-lungs giddy embrace coming out of South Florida.
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