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State has real fans. You know, people who actually went to school there, or have some actual relation to the university.

Not people who need to feel validated and accepted by choosing to root for a team who has always been good.

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Bruce speaks the truth.

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I picked UNC when I was 5, it had nothing to do with their popularity or winning percentage.

Also, by that logic we're all fake Panther fans because we never played or worked for the organization..., right?

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And BTW, I will no longer ban you for raukus behavior!

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State has real fans. You know, people who actually went to school there, or have some actual relation to the university.

Not people who need to feel validated and accepted by choosing to root for a team who has always been good.

this is the dumbest sh1t I've ever read in my life

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It's a pretty common rally cry for the ABC'ers.

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It would be hard for me to admit it too.

It's okay. '

But we both know it to be true.

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