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The Rivalry: Carolina vs Duke 8 PM EST ESPN. It's a Holiday in the Triangle.

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1 hour ago, bandu said:

                           the

                     North Duke    

                      Tardevils

just imagine if Carolina and Duke would merge into one entity,and coexist  as one big happy family.alot would change but first and foremost would be  deciding on a new name,the Nort Duke Tardevils is one my personal favorites but i might be biased due to my roots ?...so, i personally like the idea of Cam Newton selecting a new name.he is a neutral party,and deserving.

so you might be asking yourself where did bandu come up with this really great idea.ok it all began the other day after i had read a short portion of this thread and found myself in the mood to listen to some music while practicing on my piano simultaneously, and Stevie Wonders ebony and ivory was my choice, and then  out of nowhere i began singing out loud at the top of my lungs and flaring at my piano as if my fingertips were on fire and the key were a puddle of aloe...and began saying Carolina instead of ebony and Duke "      " ivory...ole my freaking gosh how it rocks,trust and believe

so needless to say i thought i would just  go ahead and share this slightly off topic but  really great idea and super cool experience with all my fellow huddlers.

 

go Tarheels!

go Bleuedevils!!

go Bluetar!!!!

Blasphemy.    The DOOKIES can suck wind for all I care.  I would never want to see this happen. EVER!!!

As far as letting this thread die.   I get such a thrill out of seeing Kentucky and Duke fans puke in their mouth at the Thought of the Tarheels raising another banner.

 

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26 minutes ago, DaveThePanther2008 said:

Blasphemy.    The DOOKIES can suck wind for all I care.  I would never want to see this happen. EVER!!!

As far as letting this thread die.   I get such a thrill out of seeing Kentucky and Duke fans puke in their mouth at the Thought of the Tarheels raising another banner.

 

i would like to at least see a charitable basketball exhibition game between a combination of... 

A)Carolina/Duke

B)Kentucky/Louisville

the game would definetly be one of epic proportions.and most importantly a cash cow for a good cause like the JimmyVFoundation for instance

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2 hours ago, 15 said:

bump

agreed

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Yo, that ray-uffs post is cracking me up. I just imagine the countriest of dudes screaming that in an argument.

the ray-uffs!

the ray-uffs!

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On 4/9/2017 at 7:39 PM, LinvilleGorge said:

Perhaps the most iconic post in the history of all the internet.

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ESPN.com: NCAA [Print without images]espn.gif


Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Maryland president: Would expect shutdown of UNC over academic allegations


ESPN.com news services
 

Maryland president Wallace Loh says he would expect North Carolina to get the "death penalty" over the academic allegations that have hung over the athletic program since 2010.

"As president, I sit over a number of dormant volcanoes," Loh said during a University of Maryland senate meeting Thursday, according to the Raleigh News & Observer. "One of them is an athletic scandal. It blows up, it blows up the university, its reputation, it blows up the president.

"For the things that happened in North Carolina, it's abysmal. I would think that this would lead to the implementation of the death penalty by the NCAA. But I'm not in charge of that."

A Maryland spokesperson later said in a statement that Loh's comments were "not a reflection of personal beliefs about the university or its leadership."

Joel Curran, vice chancellor of communications at North Carolina, said school officials were taken aback by Loh's statement.

"We were surprised that a sitting university president with no direct knowledge of our case would choose to offer such uninformed and highly speculative opinions," Curran wrote in an email.

The Tar Heels won a men's basketball national title this month amid the shadow of an NCAA investigation into the school's long-running academic fraud scandal involving athletes in numerous sports, tied to irregularities in an academic department from 1993 to 2011 and leading to five broad-based charges against the school that include lack of institutional control.

For the things that happened in North Carolina, it's abysmal. I would think that this would lead to the implementation of the death penalty by the NCAA.

- Maryland president Wallace Loh, on the academic allegations against North Carolina

 

The NCAA began investigating the program in 2010, reopened its inquiry in summer 2014 and first charged North Carolina in a notice of allegations filed in May 2015. The NCAA revised the charges in a second version in April 2016 and changed them again in a third version filed in December.

The investigation is currently delayed while the school and the NCAA work on a new schedule for North Carolina to file its response to the third NOA, as the attorney for a woman at the center of the scandal said he is working to set up an interview after she had previously refused to speak with investigators.

North Carolina men's basketball coach Roy Williams said before the national title game that his program in particular did nothing wrong.

"Were there some mistakes made? You're darned right there were. Were there some things I wish hadn't happened? You're darned right. But there were no allegations against men's basketball," Williams said. "Do I believe again that our institution, there were some mistakes, you're darned right I do. I'm very mad, sad, ticked off, any way you want to put all that terminology about it, embarrassed and all those things too."

Williams' program is referenced along with the football team in the third NOA, though no coaches or program staffers are charged with misconduct.

Williams said the length of the investigation in some ways has been a punishment for his program.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

 

 

Uh Loh.

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29 minutes ago, Captain Obvious said:
ESPN.com: NCAA [Print without images]espn.gif


Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Maryland president: Would expect shutdown of UNC over academic allegations


ESPN.com news services
 

Maryland president Wallace Loh says he would expect North Carolina to get the "death penalty" over the academic allegations that have hung over the athletic program since 2010.

"As president, I sit over a number of dormant volcanoes," Loh said during a University of Maryland senate meeting Thursday, according to the Raleigh News & Observer. "One of them is an athletic scandal. It blows up, it blows up the university, its reputation, it blows up the president.

"For the things that happened in North Carolina, it's abysmal. I would think that this would lead to the implementation of the death penalty by the NCAA. But I'm not in charge of that."

A Maryland spokesperson later said in a statement that Loh's comments were "not a reflection of personal beliefs about the university or its leadership."

Joel Curran, vice chancellor of communications at North Carolina, said school officials were taken aback by Loh's statement.

"We were surprised that a sitting university president with no direct knowledge of our case would choose to offer such uninformed and highly speculative opinions," Curran wrote in an email.

The Tar Heels won a men's basketball national title this month amid the shadow of an NCAA investigation into the school's long-running academic fraud scandal involving athletes in numerous sports, tied to irregularities in an academic department from 1993 to 2011 and leading to five broad-based charges against the school that include lack of institutional control.

For the things that happened in North Carolina, it's abysmal. I would think that this would lead to the implementation of the death penalty by the NCAA.

- Maryland president Wallace Loh, on the academic allegations against North Carolina

 

The NCAA began investigating the program in 2010, reopened its inquiry in summer 2014 and first charged North Carolina in a notice of allegations filed in May 2015. The NCAA revised the charges in a second version in April 2016 and changed them again in a third version filed in December.

The investigation is currently delayed while the school and the NCAA work on a new schedule for North Carolina to file its response to the third NOA, as the attorney for a woman at the center of the scandal said he is working to set up an interview after she had previously refused to speak with investigators.

North Carolina men's basketball coach Roy Williams said before the national title game that his program in particular did nothing wrong.

"Were there some mistakes made? You're darned right there were. Were there some things I wish hadn't happened? You're darned right. But there were no allegations against men's basketball," Williams said. "Do I believe again that our institution, there were some mistakes, you're darned right I do. I'm very mad, sad, ticked off, any way you want to put all that terminology about it, embarrassed and all those things too."

Williams' program is referenced along with the football team in the third NOA, though no coaches or program staffers are charged with misconduct.

Williams said the length of the investigation in some ways has been a punishment for his program.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

 

 

Uh Loh.

 

Well, chalk that up to a President that doesn't know poo about anything.  

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August can't get here fast enough.

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3 minutes ago, PandaPancake said:

August can't get here fast enough.

Last year, was the first year in a long time that I enjoyed College Football over the NFL.  So, yeah.  I agree.  

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