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Well he makes a lot of money. Would've been a dick move to make her pay herself.
Clock makers > Papa Johns store managers
What kind of mongoloid cites grad rate stats when discussing the quality of a schools academics?
lol. so you honestly think umcp is not out- recruiting Louisville because of academics? come on, that is a loser.
this loss didn't really count because Curry, Thornton, and Cook didn't shoot well.
I saw this post on facebook
"based on the location of that fracture (open fracture aka compound fracture of the tibia and fibula) I would suggest he has been nursing a stress fracture of the tibia or at least some pain for several weeks. All things being equal, landing wrong should not result in a fracture unless there was already underlying weakness. Often high quality athletes don't recognize the pain because they're so accustomed to it in every joint. Everything hurts, everyday. How do you tell when it is serious?"
I was on the road during the first half and some of the second so I didn't see the injury and still haven't. I figure I'll probably see it at some point but I'm not excited about it.
As for the game, Siva and Smith are just relentless on both ends. Penetration led to foul trouble and layups and they are everywhere defensively. Russ Smith is just awesome. I think he's been underrated all year. Burke's probably the NPOY but I don't see why he's not an All-American.
Someone tell me Louisville can slow down Michigan.
God I hope not
"Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy."
-- Ben Franklin
you realize that we actually DO have an excellent bball graduation rate?
but since you're so happy to have Louisville, please go away. We will not miss you, STD.
True story: my 6 month old cousin is never in front of a TV, so she was transfixed by the basketball game for a little while yesterday. That is, until there was close up of Curry shooting a free throw. Upon seeing his face, she immediately started spitting up. Best baby ever.
This post was edited by terp121 12 months ago
Cool story, but does she have some kind of hippie parents or something. By 6 months, my kids could not only change the channel, but set the DVR for Yo Gabba Gabba or whatever crap they were watching at the time. Now at 6 and 3 they have the parental controls set to lock me out.
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