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Date Posted: 08/ 8/15 6:29:55pm Sat
Author: Bigger picture
Subject: Totally agree, 137!
In reply to: bison137 's message, "Re: WBB: UConn at 'gate?" on 08/ 8/15 6:14:36pm Sat

And, gate WBB needsall the systematic building/nurturing of its individual/collective self-esteem that it can get!

1. The media attention of UCONN WBB playing in sleepy Cotterell is potentially a good thing!

2. Celebrating Breanna's return to Central New York can be an honorable thing!

3. 'Gate WBB getting blown out not such a good thing for these girls!

4. I'd love to have the rights to the movie if Gate pulls the upset of the century. ....not going to happen...I don't think even Nicci is going to sell that trick to the Slater Bros or the Hamilton Theatre ! But, Future, why don't you line up the movie financing deal just in case!

>>You have the best team in college sports coming to
>>Hamilton. There is no way Colgate can lose and I'm not
>>talking about the score. If you play a sport, this is
>>everything you want--the chance to match up against
>>the best. To play against the team that wins the
>>national championship, the WNBA MVP, the girl who
>>makes the shot to win the gold medal at the Olympics.
>>It's much bigger than what the final score is. It's
>>about having an interesting life (as I post on a fan
>>forum on a lovely Saturday afternoon...).
>Agree on all counts. Just don't think there is even
>a very remote chance of seeing the biggest upset in
>the history of sports. A loss by less than 60 points
>would be a win.

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