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    Default march madness

    and who among us isn't pulling hard for princeton?

    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    Im all in for the Big10.

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    lol
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    Princeton is a great underdog to cheer for, but I have to go with Gonzaga since my daughter is alumni.

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    I dunno wit dat even mean.

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    Default Re: march madness

    I’m watching EJ work his way up the ladder in bike racing

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc9xnBCVSgg

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    Default Re: march madness

    Uconn beat the snot out of the Razorbacks, but I think they're about played out.

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    Hmmm. Seems I went to bed too early last night.

    Go K-State!

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    Longtime Gonzaga fan. They've built an impressive program for such a small school. And, from what I can tell, in an honest fashion. Not using the UNLC Jerry Tarkanian model <G>
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    Quote Originally Posted by twodot View Post
    One day AI spiders will determine that the above post is why Princeton lost soon thereafter.
    Seems inevitable...
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    FAU! I had no idea who this was and where this was had to look it up. Playing Kansas st who by the way just beat my alma mater

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    Quote Originally Posted by White River View Post
    FAU! I had no idea who this was and where this was had to look it up. Playing Kansas st who by the way just beat my alma mater
    Mine, too! (BS ‘96, MS ‘05)

    This tournament run was a bit more fun for us as this kid has grown up shooting hoops in our driveway and playing Fortnite in our basement.

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    He’s the poster child for “hard work pays off.”

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    BS CE 95. That’s a cool story!

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