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ALL THEY DO IS WIN! DAAAA UUUUUU!

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The miami basketball team wasn't enough? You gonna take on the football team too?

THA UUUUUU!!!!!!

Here's proof that I've been pumping the U since football season.

How does my cum taste?

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Miami's going to have to at least make the final four to be remotely relevant in basketball. Plenty of teams have had great seasons and fizzled in the tourney.

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^That won't even do it. Sustained success will make them truly relevant. Not one good year.

Hell, it took Butler years of knocking on the door, tournament success and a national title game to become a household name.

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^That won't even do it. Sustained success will make them truly relevant. Not one good year.

Hell, it took Butler years of knocking on the door, tournament success and a national title game to become a household name.

While that's true, a final four is the step in the right direction. I kind of like Miami's team, they have a bunch of veterans and play smart. The real test comes in the next few years to see what they can do with the success of this year. And by success, I mean winning the ACC, since that is pretty much a wrap at this point barring some catastrophe.

Would still like to see them make a final four. Other than dook and Miami I don't see any other ACC teams making the final four this year. NC State has a shot I suppose but they are much too erratic. UNC would have to have nothing short of a miracle to even sniff the final four this year. We are playing better with the smaller lineup but I don't see that lineup beating teams with dominant front lines (unless we can get hot from 3)

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I know you are new to college basketball but you are supposed to beat Clemson

This is funny because its true.

Miami will be on probation next year & they're going to take some hits to the NBA. BWood is going to transform in to a UCLA fan.

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Miami will be an early exit in the tourney

Anything can happen in march.

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I'm kinda getting tired of winning...it's so weird to actually have a winning team...

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It gets more tiring when you do it year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year. But the u basketball wouldn't know about that. I suppose we should let you have your one season of glory

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It gets more tiring when you do it year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year after year. But the u basketball wouldn't know about that. I suppose we should let you have your one season of glory

That butthole whole must be so sore...

It must be like being a Laker fan but way less cool and way more disappointing lol

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