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Comment from: Don Overton [Visitor] Email
Roy was just trying to compliment his kids for a good season and to compliment the opposing coach. He is a quality individual, and you, obviously, are not.
2007-03-27 @ 09:49
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Listen up, young 'un. I was a Maryland Terrapin fan when you were still a gleam in your Daddy's eye. And no way, no how is Duke more hated in these parts than UNC. You apparently don't remember whiny old Dean Smith and the run of success they had, especially when playing that disgusting brand of basketball called The Four Corners. Sucked the life right out of the game. Only good thing to come out of that was the use of a shot clock. Don't illuminate your basketball history ignorance by rooting for THOSE guys. Sheesh.
2007-03-28 @ 13:22
Comment from: Tar [Visitor]
Roy cried when talking to the national media about how much his kids sucked this year. He's probably crying now, too, since Duke is again the national champion.
2010-04-05 @ 22:16

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