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DO YOU BELIEVE......?
"You are mentally a cat and each post is a red dot from a laser pointer." - MisterSmiley
How is this thread so positive, but every other thread is like death?
"It's just so hard," Greivis said. "It's my heart, my love. Maryland made me who I am."
there was a lady bug in my room today when i woke up but also a stinkbug in my bathroom soooo...
i beat the fuck out of the stink bug. YES
• Turgeon’s pursuit began in the seventh grade when the twins attended Texas A&M’s Junior Elite Camp.
• There is a six-year relationship between the family and Turgeon.
• The Terps have Shaquille Cleare, a friend and former AAU teammate on the roster.
• Aaron Sr. is a native of Baltimore; mom is from Texas.
• The twins' grandparents reside in Baltimore.
• Maryland assistant Bino Ranson and the Harrisons' father have a strong relationship and common friends in Baltimore.
• The twins would give the Terps a legitimate claim to be a national title contender.
• Maryland and Turgeon have years of having the situation essentially surrounded.
• Turgeon picked up huge street cred in Houston when he brought the entire A&M team to the funeral of Tobi Oyedeji, a former A&M signee who died in a car accident. Turgeon’s handling of the situation made a big impression on the entire Harrison family.
• The Maryland staff did not miss a single game in the summer and often went three deep with coaches.
• Turgeon spent the first and last day of the July period with the twins.
• Their recruitment is centered around a longstanding relationship with roots in Texas.
• Turgeon has put players in the NBA himself.
• Maryland wears Under Armour, the same company that sponsors the twins' AAU team.
• A last-minute home visit was scheduled prior to news of the announcement.
If I may quote Tim Lincecum:
This post was edited by StoneTheCrow on 10/4/2012 at 11:26 AM
I said our chances are 27%. I like our odds, Hell yea they're' gonna be TERPS!
LOL at us not getting them.
i just think its hard for kids to look past natty and money with going to NBA. I know everyone thinks it doesn't matter where they go, they will be making their money in NBA. I'm worried recent history takes priority.
I urge all of you, God fearing or not to drop in a place of worship before announcement time and get on her knees and pray, it can't hurt?
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