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RUmojo Offline
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Post: #1
Congrats!!! I guess Storrs will be on fire again tonight... :D Just kidding, I won't start talking crap until football season.
04-06-2004 09:49 PM
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zelinleaf Offline
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I Root For: Cincinnati
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congratulations to uconn - the first div. 1A program to ever claim champions in both men's and women's basketball in the same year. amazing!!! 04-bow 04-cheers
04-06-2004 10:05 PM
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BugsyCT Offline
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*yawn* another day, another title. :snore:

Just kidding!

Big East representin'! 04-rock

BTW - about the fires - kids will be kids - I was up there tonight after the women's game and a sea of people gathered outside the arena. You put that many college kids together in the same place at night and trouble is bound to ensue - anywhere.

plus - beer just adds to the "enthusiasm"! 03-wink
04-07-2004 03:10 AM
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