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Date Posted: Sunday, December 19, 08:20:10pm
Author: MFE08
Subject: Yeah, you're totally right. An 8-1 team losing to a 6-3 team totally throws everything into jeopardy. When was the last time an 8-2 team made the tournament, anyway? ... Are you freaking kidding me? The way some DU fans eat their young is sick - Whether it's ripping players or students. I thought recruits read all these boards or something?
In reply to: LDuqFan 's message, "It looks like the women spent too much time reading their press clippings in the local papers the last couple of days. Time for Suzie to crack the whip, and run their butts off in the gym next week! So much for being an NCAA Tournament caliber team." on Sunday, December 19, 04:32:26pm


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