Mar 20 2009

Comrade PhysioProf’s NCAA Bracket


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    tai haku

    I see CPP like Obama is not backing Duke? Presumably coach whatsit will be similarly concerned about CPP’s lack of focus on his science 24/7?

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    I can’t stand Jim Calhoun and his Huskies!!! GAH!!!! If they win it all I will throw things.

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    Physiogroupie IV

    Safe choices for the most part. I’m looking forward to the Final Four. Everyone in our pool predicted the top seeds would advance to the Final Four this year because LAST year everyone predicted upsets and were wrong.

    My favorite item for today:

    “Coach K, I think, is a great coach. And you know, Reggie Love, my assistant, played for Coach K. And so it’s not surprising. I didn’t pick him to go to the finals. Look he’s a competitive guy, I just don’t think they’ve got the inside game to go all the way. But I look forward to him proving me wrong,” the president said

    Obama rules!!!

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    Physiogroupie IV

    OK! You have OK in there, sorry. That should be interesting given some of your commenters are backing UNC.

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    UNC sucks. Psycho is OH-VA-RAY-TED.
    I’m a diehard Duke fan – bleed blue boink boink. They won’t make it. The thugs from Pitt are my prediction (much to my dismay) and my brackets are a bit bizarro.

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    Go HEELS!!!! Fuck Puke!! And you picked the Utes over the Cats! Screw you buddy!

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    UNC can suck it. I’m with jc, foshizzle my nizzle.

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    Comrade PhysioProf

    My bracket is looking gooooood!

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