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Re: sparty on

In a message dated 4/1/01 12:06:44 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
stuarta@attglobal.net writes:

<< I predict that Duke wins also. >>

Don't know that I have ever watched an entire ball game that included teams 
from places that I don't usually cheer for.  Well, the Terps have a lot of 
heart and they did some fantastic ball handling in the first half, some of it 
ended in turnovers but you have to take that risk.  

Now I don't know.  Those Duke guys seem to have the endurance, the Terps just 
fell apart after half time.  I think the officials could have done a better 
job, where did they come up with these guys anyway.

I would have been fun to watch Maryland win just because they played with 
such heart and they have never been there before.  I am tired of seeing the 
mug of the Duke coach.

Narda from the land of Basketball, that would be KY.
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