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John Fox

UNC: Yet ANOTHER loss to a scrub ACC team

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What do you think NC States chances are of ever winning another NCAA championship?

hahahahahahaha

Would you please stop laughing and answer the question.

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You know, there is a reason why opposing fans don't rush the court after they beat NC State.

Let's face it...this was Maryland's national championship game, or at least the closest they're going to get to one. I don't know why they treat it that way though, because they should actually expect to play us tough in Maryland... they always do

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The bottom line is the Heels missed 3 ft's in the final six minutes that would have iced the game...Green, Ellington and Hansbrough. They needed two of those to drop and Maryland can't tie at the end. I did think the refs missed the tackle on Lawson that resulted in the two points at the end of regulation. Lawson should've been at the line. The charge on Hansbrough late was bad too as he was being clobbered in the head from behind.

Do you realize how dumb this sounds. You're talking about 3 free throws in 6 minutes. Six minutes!! How about make a stop in 6 minutes or maybe one basket. Six Minutes? I would get this comment if it were the final 30 seconds and they missed 3 free throws. But you based the whole game on 3 free throws in 6 minutes.

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hahahahahahaha

It's actually quite amusing. Here you get such a thrill out of a team getting beat that could just phone in the rest of the season and still be a number one seed in the tournament while your team can only watch from the stands... :lol:

I salute you sir, a lesson in futility... :D

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Allow me to translate...

hahahahahahaha=NC State is garbage so I've got nothing to say.

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