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March 23, 2007 at 8:58 am | Posted in Jackie Manuel | 1 Comment

Bob Pickeral reports that the University of North Carolina basketball team has light blue uniforms. Carlton Tudor writes that the Henderson foul was a turning point. I think it was the benching of Lawson in Atlanta. The Heels lost that game, but Roy was willing to risk losing that game to try and get through to his point guard. Since then, we’ve (arguably) had the best PG in the country. Patrick Stevens says we are wavy. Surry Wood is awestruck? Alex Stephenson knows the Trojans. Wayne Ellington values the D. Tim Floyd has beaten Roy before. Adam Gold has all kinds of interviews from East Rutherford. Inside Carolina previews USC. I am pretty nervous for 9:00 am….it must be the sweet 16. Dave Sez McBob’s exit might be a good thing for Dook. I’m reading similar thoughts from the Dookie message boards. I imagine they know better than I, but I still can’t get my head around how this is a good thing for the program. They’ll be better next year because they went 8-8 and lost in the first round, but losing your best rebounder and defensive player does not help, no matter how much value you give to voodoo….I mean chemistry.

Carolina Hurricanes get two huge points. Graham was pretty bad, but Cole and Staal played like it was 2006.

Cards fans approve of drunk driving. The USMNT are considering taking a keeper who will be 40 in 2010. The Nats will break out the pinstripes on Sunday vs. Ecuador at noon on ESPN2. Euro 2008 qualifying resumes tomorrow. Where is ‘What’s New Pussycat?

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