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Date Posted: Monday, August 16, 11:49:22am
Author: Greg
Subject: I think there were significant questions about TJ. He signed as an under-sized high school sophmore, played in the WPIAL which is not known as a basketball breeding ground. It is not out of line to question if he truely was A-10 or Big East capable. In my opinion he's ansered those questions and looks to be as good a recruit as Duquesne has signed in years. Look, until Duquesne actually does something meaningful in the post season (back to back years) there is going to be a lot of negativity associated with the program. That's just how it is and deservedly so.
In reply to: El Duque 's message, "I have to disagree, which is why I wrote this post." on Sunday, August 15, 12:46:40pm

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