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Looking forward to the Outside The Lines piece on this!
Julius Hodge @Follow24Hodge
I hope the "national media" or Swofford makes a deal about the #cameroncrazies chanting "How's your grandmother" to Tyler Lewis. RIP ma'am
Pack Pride @PackPride
That's awful. RT @rpurvis_0: Duke fans are some disrespectful clowns. Who chants about a kids grandmother who passed away recently ?
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MT @Rich1Howell: He lost his grandma and y'all chant that? Cowards
This post was edited by BklynTerp 14 months ago
"I like fixing broken things" - Kevin Plank
That's actually their best chant in years
Dookies are claiming it was a "past your bedtime" chant...
Whatever it was, there was extensive documentation by those dorks.
Because Past Your Bedtime sounds just like How's Your Grandma....
This post was edited by theaman 14 months ago
On the 16th we will be doing God's work
Here's the chant in question
Ok, guess it is past your bedtime. I don't get the chant.
He's short and looks young. We used to do that chant 12 years ago in High School. Duke certainly not as creative as they used to be.
"It's just so hard," Greivis said. "It's my heart, my love. Maryland made me who I am."
It sounded like How's your grandma to me...
Yea, sounded like Hows Your Grandma to me too.
Hard for me to tell, but they chanted on each of his 2 foul shots... the first one sounds a *little* more like "past your bedtime" and the second one a *little* more like "how's your grandma". To me.
Maybe its partly because I like to think people aren't terrible but I think its "past your bedtime".
We're burying the lede here. Julius Hodge is lecturing people on sportsmanship.
The first thing they say is definitely "hows your grandma" then I think it turns into "past your bedtime"
I think its one or the other. Getting a large crowd of people to seemlessly transition like that seems unlikely.
whatever it was, any negative press about those dorks and their stupid cheer cheats is great. I just want them to explain the genius in past your bedtime chant.
Sounds like "how's your bedtime" to me
Julius Hodge was himself the target of one of the all-time great chants. During one of the ACC/Big Ten challenges (at least I think that was it) the crowd started chanting "Starvin Marvin" at him. It was the first time I heard that and I nearly fell out of my chair.
First FT was definitely the grandma chant. Changed to bedtime for the second one.
I remember when Maryland used to be that thuggish
This post was edited by Dolan 14 months ago
I heard one chant that was definitely not "...bedtime."
a) I think you mean "seamless"
b) MAYBE the reason for all the confusion here is that not everyone was following the same script...?
Obviously "past your grandma" IMO
"You are mentally a cat and each post is a red dot from a laser pointer." - MisterSmiley
Passed, your grandma
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