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Date Posted: Thursday, December 23, 10:21:39am
Author: Irish STH
Subject: Point of Parliamentary Procedure (it's ok - I was pre law)

1. For the first time in a long time the Duke's OOC schedule appears more difficult than their conference schedule. There are only two or three teams in the A 10 better than GM.
2. Every game will ba a battle between Offensive rebounding differential vs Turnovers, with Free Throw points being the third and deciding factor. Do well in two of those three and the Dukes will beat most of their remaining opponents. Do badly in two of the three and Dukes will not do so well.

So, sit back, enjoy the ride, and take solace in the knowledge that you were there in the beginning watching the best Dukes backcourt duo in decades.

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