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Scott Springman

I agree completely Cara! College basketball is awesome because of the fact that on any given night, someone can get knocked off by a team they shouldn't. I am not sure I should admit this, but I am a Duke basketball fan. Even thought I was rooting for Duke, it was sure cool to watch Georgetown knock them off, knowing that Georgetown is going to lose to lesser rivals during the course of the season!

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Duke? Scott, say it isn't so! Duke is Duke. And that's why we hate them! And all of the ACC, actually. Though I have to admit, I'm feeling this year like the Big 10 is actually getting a little of the love it deserves. Dickie V., for example, is all over Dee and Illinois. Usually he's 100% "Duke, baby!" and it just makes me want to scream.

Scott Springman

The reason I am a Duke supporter is Coach K. It isn't the players. I think Coach K. is the best college coach in the nation, and I have a lot of respect for that. You rarely see Duke unprepared for a game, and when was the last time Coach K. got a technical foul? He never loses control like other coaches and seems to always respect his guys. A far cry from the Bob Knights of the world. I am glad Coach K. didn't go to the NBA, as I think his success and reputation would not equal what it is at Duke. Once he leaves, I will be a Dukie no more!

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