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Date Posted: Monday, November 01, 12:03:52pm
Author: duq81
Subject: Again, this is a veteran team. No one knew Evans would get hurt. There will be freshmen every year. Should we never scrimmage a good team? Again, THIS IS A VETERAN TEAM!!!!
In reply to: DUDude. 's message, "Again, Freshman shouldn't start off with BE teams. It's a huge jump from HS to College. Ease in the first couple. I think the freshman have more confidence than they did before last night's game. My opinion. On another note- Dukes have guys in every position that are able to push each other harder in practice as compared to last year's team. Very important. Plus, I am a big guy, not many bigger than me at the AJPC, and I like my premium seats. I enjoyed the extra space. My knees arent knocking people out in front of me." on Sunday, October 31, 01:33:22pm

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