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November 16, 2007 at 8:43 am | Posted in Jackie Manuel | 2 Comments

Eddy Landreth has thoughts on what Carolina can do to beat Georgia Tech. Scoring more points would be good. I never got around to the preview but I think we will either lose or we will win. Game is at noon and Tech is favored by 9.5. Hopefully, Yates will relax and have his best game.

I don’t know much about Iona. They’ve already lost to Bobby Morris and Princeton. Last season they were 2-28…seriously. Tip is at 6:00 pm in the Smith Center and ESPNU has idiot box rights. Wes Miller has a diary! I am blogless. Meet Lary Drew Jr. David Glenn says basketball recruiting matters. I don’t think anyone would argue otherwise. Nice to see Wake Forest getting all of Skip’s recruits though. State fans are so passionate. Pretty nice road win for Clemson and the ACC.

Dave’s Football Blog has a very interesting take on domestic cups. It won’t happen, but I think it would be good for the competition. The only way it would happen is if they offered an additional spot. Platini is a bit crazy, but at least he recognizes there are problems with the ‘Champions League’. Euro 2008 qualifying is almost over. Too bad Scotland-Italy isn’t on free tv.

Free speech is not all they are controlling. Mercury Morris vs. complete sentences. Can Dook beat them too?

Have a wonderful weekend.

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  1. Do you cheer for ND or Dook this weekend?

  2. List of teams I would support Dook over:

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