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CaptainJ

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Honestly. This is pretty telling that JB has had enough. He has endured a season long set of ACC , good ole boy officiating and it is clear he cannot hold it back anymore. Next step is for him to clock someone live in real time.

That's what I thought this thread was about. JB may get a guest spot on the Charlie Sheen "Anger Management" sitcom on FX.
 

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Who was the Reporter that said that?
not sure, may have been a Maryland beat writer. He had already spoken with Turgeon before Boeheim's presser
 

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Next year you will have Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Boston College, Notre Dame, Louisville, Miami, Florida State, Clemson, all who have had enough of the North Carolina group. There is a change coming, and the fireworks are going to startle the folks in that area.
 

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Turgeon is a classic sore loser douchebag. Cut from the Jamie Dixon mold. Have fun wasting away in the BiG, coach.

UMD better than Cuse? That's pretty funny. Our second best scorer, and probably best interior player, was injured. #terrapinclownshow


When your name is a combination of turgid and sturgeon, you need to behave yourself.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sturgeon
"Most sturgeons are anadromous bottom-feeders"
 
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One thing you can say about JB: he only doesn't give a F about what people think about what he says.

He's earned that right, IMO.


Maryland is an easy target, they're on their way out of the conference....the ACC may even sponsor a post season award for the best smack down of Maryland.
 

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Next year you will have Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Boston College, Notre Dame, Louisville, Miami, Florida State, Clemson, all who have had enough of the North Carolina group. There is a change coming, and the fireworks are going to startle the folks in that area.
While that's a nice sentiment, the stark truth is that UNC and Duke have far and away the best recruiting classes next year in the ACC. Best is to prove having "had enough" on the court and in the game - next year won't be any easier to do that.
 

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While that's a nice sentiment, the stark truth is that UNC and Duke have far and away the best recruiting classes next year in the ACC. Best is to prove having "had enough" on the court and in the game - next year won't be any easier to do that.


They both had a roster of McDonald's All-Americans this year, as they do every year. But they will have more competition than they are used to, going forward. And recruiting ratings are about what you did in high school. Now we get to see what they will do in college. Look at our recruiting class for this season. Ennis has become an immediate star. Tyler Roberson has been a disappointment and the others are glued to the bench. Most season are about what returning player do, not about what the new players do, even for the top programs.
 

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google :"jim boeheim presser maryland" and its the third thing down.
 

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While that's a nice sentiment, the stark truth is that UNC and Duke have far and away the best recruiting classes next year in the ACC. Best is to prove having "had enough" on the court and in the game - next year won't be any easier to do that.
Stop...just stop.
Your little 2-Team fiefdom is coming to an end...whether you like it or not.
Its for the benefit of the ACC that its not 2 Kings and the rest are clowns. Louisville, Pitt, ND (will bounce back), and us- along with the steady progression of UVA, Clemson, Wake, NCSU, and GT- all guarantee better comp for the Carolina Blue crews.
Its the new reality...deal with it.
 

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While that's a nice sentiment, the stark truth is that UNC and Duke have far and away the best recruiting classes next year in the ACC. Best is to prove having "had enough" on the court and in the game - next year won't be any easier to do

They may end up that way but right now they have no verbals I can find.
 

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