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period.

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This is gonna be a candidate for thread of the year, I can feel it.

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Apparently there was a role reversal with the Miami football and basketball teams this year.

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Heckuva good team.

A team of bruisers.

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Like I said in another thread, if Miami is going to make a run in basketball, it MUST be this year. Word on the street is the NCAA is going to come down so hard on Miami that the Missouri basketball program is going to feel it.

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Duke will beat them in Cameron. On a neutral court Ill give them the edge. Duke owns gboro though. Advantage devils.

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Duke will beat them in Cameron. On a neutral court Ill give them the edge. Duke owns gboro though. Advantage devils.

Only a duke "fan" and a moron would believe they are better than a team that just gave them a nationally televised 30 point ass kicking.

Watch college ball and then you can contribute to a thread.

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Duke will win in Cameron, Duke would probably win in gboro. Miami would win anywhere else. That's a fair statement and will be proven true. You calling anyone a moron is laughable and I think against the rules.

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