DUKE ACTUALLY WINS COASTAL DIVISION-UNC PRETENDS
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S.HOLMES Dec 1, 2013
Duke will get rings, trophys and banners because they won it outright
unc runs down to the trophy and pretend to be a champion--PATHETIC
KT performs Markedectomy 4 free Dec 1, 2013
I wonder if Duke will put up billboards in Chapped Hole announcing their real division championship. It would be funny.
IScareSmitty Dec 1, 2013
Not embarrassing vs. beyond embarrassing
fairly simple, really.
Tar Heels Victory-Show No Mercer Dec 2, 2013
0-8 in Conference play, is PATHETIC! LOL!
IScareSmitty Dec 2, 2013
^^^^^^. Accepting WHO you are (0-8) > pretending to be someONE you are NOT (Coastal champs)
Toughest of breaks, pansy.
ooksucks lol Dec 2, 2013
State has none pretend or otherwise.
Dr. PwntV2 Dec 2, 2013
Honest question here - do teams really get rings for winning a division? I could understand a banner, maybe, but rings seems a little over the top for anything less than a conference title. I found this quote from Yahoo Sports to be quite interesting...
"And North Carolina won half of a conference championship too, kind of. It finished in a three-way tie for the Coastal Division title. So, one-third of a half of a conference championship. 16.7 percent. The Tar Heels' ring proudly says their record on the side: "8-4."
Eight. And. Four. Here's a ring.
And while it's nice for the players to get rings, you can then say it would be nice for each player to get a ring next year. Beat Purdue in September? Here's a ring. Kick a game-winning field goal? Here's a ring. Pick up that big third and 1 in the first quarter? Here's a ring.
Rings are being given out for going 5-3 in ACC play and winning a third of a mediocre division in an average conference. Nobody will notice if the bar goes lower."
ttaylor58 Dec 2, 2013
After the beat down Dook gets in the ACC championship game they will be wishing they had thrown the game to UNC ...LMFAO
JacobSummers lolz at ABCERS Dec 2, 2013
Chapel Hail Dec 3, 2013
...... DUKE is DUKE, while others just are not!
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