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Date Posted: 08/ 9/15 11:26:13am Sun
Author: 'gate80
Subject: Re: WBB: UConn at 'gate?
In reply to: Steve 's message, "Re: WBB: UConn at 'gate?" on 08/ 9/15 11:03:10am Sun

The men's bb team played Duke in Emmett Davis' last year, when Duke was defending national champ and had Kyrie Irving, Kyle Singler, and at least 3 others who played in the NBA. They lost by 52. I was there and it was a blast watching the Raiders cope (well) with the pressure from the Cameron crazies, and (not so well obviously) that from Irving and Singler. The Raiders played very respectively in the first half, hanging with the Blue Devils well into the game until the inevitable.

The team loved the experience of playing in Cameron. The wbb team playing UConn, at Cotterell for crying out loud, would be an analogous situation. I can't see how this can possibly be a bad thing.

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