The President of FIFA has been so impressed by Dook's flopping skills that they were recently awarded a wild card invitation to the upcoming World Cup in South Africa.
chance of bowl: 13.6%
Scheyer had a nice flop on the drive by Heyward that would have been an and-1 had it been called correctly. It wasn't nearly as bad as Paulus', but it does look like Greg gave some tips to Jon on the finer points of falling back before contact.
Is that UNCWolverine or SpartanWolverine? I'm having difficulty reading.
I would never pay money to attend a class at MSU.
So you got a full ride?
turned it down, of course...
I feel like I missed something.
While I don't care for Duke that much, I find the "Dook" spelling to be on par with U$C, scUM, and the rest.
Before you receive your diploma at Carolina you must swear to spell it that way for the rest of your life. I don't make the rules....
I didn't even realize they played last night. I was too busy polishing my trophy from last year.
Carry on then.
Yeah, I was a bit surprised that he really wanted to go there. I'm not here to brag about my grad school's success. I was just watching Barcelona v. Arsenal at work and when I saw the 5th guy flop in as many minutes it made me think of that team from Durham. Thought it was an amusing parallel.
And such fortuitous timing.
you start a thread about Duke and "casually" slip in a reminder that you won the championship last year...
Only after being attacked there tough guy. My post was merely written as a jab at Dook, not to show off how big my Carolina dick is. I would MUCH rather Michigan win a championship than North Carolina. However if some dbag wants to go after me for no good reason and challenge my love for all things Michigan then I know how to dish it as well.
I cannot believe that there are posters like you that are actually sticking up for Dook. I also cannot believe that I have to defend myself on a fucking Michigan board FOR RIPPING ON DOOK.
You could at least have found a video of a current player.
Paulus flopping... oh I should have watched the video. I thought it was highlights or should I say lowlights of his season under center at Syracuse.
One of the Duke players started falling backwards before any contact was made on one of the plays last night. Failed to get the call though, he got called for the block.
Nowhere near as egregious as the Paulus flop though.
I honestly thought that they were being invited to the FIBA championships based on the title of the thread. I thought it sounded like a cool idea, but alas, it was not to be.