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Sunday, November 27, 2005

Men's Basketball Picked by Times to Win National Championship

The New York Times has predicted that the Boston College Men's Basketball will win this year's NCAA National Championship.

The team is coming off a big victory over Oklahoma State to capture the Las Vegas Invitational title. In both the semifinal and final games of the tournament, Jared Dudley led the Eagles out of early deficits and Freshman guard Tyrese Rice was second in scoring for BC.

The Eagles - who started 20-0 last season - are off to another undefeated start and stand at 5-0. They take on Sacred Heart at home on December 3rd and then finish off their non-conference schedule against Michigan State in the Jimmy V. Classic at Madison Square Garden on 12/6.
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Blogger None the wiser said ... (11/27/2005 05:30:00 PM) : 

Saw Al play B-ball a couple times. The atire description is accurate. He has an incredible sense for the game, even amongst faculty member team mates, and can pass like nobody else. He calls phantom fouls, and cries like a girl. Still, I respect Al. Anyways, I sat on the sidelines one afternoon and hoped that someone would tear an ACL so I could sub in and take on Al. Didn't happen, but he and the other BC players were fun to watch.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11/28/2005 12:45:00 PM) : 

So when we loose in the second round of the tournament it will sting even more this time...super.


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