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Date Posted: Tuesday, December 14, 10:25:41pm
Author: Greg
Subject: respect your opinion but this is kind of whiney. Richmond, Dayton and Xavier beat BCS schools....hell Oakland went to Tenn and whipped #7. I think its silly to make excuses some of which just are not accurate. You sound like a 2nd grader on this. The Dukes can beat BCS teams....just need to get better players like X, Dayton and Richmond.
In reply to: El Duque 's message, "Kind of a shallow perspective, don't you think? Ignores some of the obvious benefits that BCS teams have with their, um, "enhanced training practices." That's the difference between the BCS teams and the rest. I mean, look at the size difference between DU and both WVU and Penn State and we could've won either game because we have talented kids, We just can't turn 'em into thoroughbreads the way other schools can. Wink." on Monday, December 13, 11:39:31pm

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