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Date Posted: Monday, August 23, 01:09:00pm
Author: Mulder
Subject: Completely agree with your thoughts ED
In reply to: El Duque 's message, "Here is, I think, a worthwhile topic for discussion" on Saturday, August 21, 09:41:28pm

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  • Once again, ED- I totally agree with most of what you said, but Buff Donelli may have been the best coach over Gatuso, Layden and McCann. When they shut the program down for WW II he was 29-3-2. Pitt cancelled the series after the Dukes beat them twice in four years and Massey rated his 1941 Team #1 major program in the nation and were in the AP Top 10. (NT) -- Coffee, Tuesday, August 24, 12:10:52am
  • Gattuso was a magician who created trophies out of splinters of scrap. How many 59-0 games did we enjoy?! Gattuso is a wizard in every sense. Pitt is lucky and we are fortunate for his time with us. (NT) -- Alan, Tuesday, August 24, 06:44:19am

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