MIAMI might has rewritten Carolina history, and now DUKE gets their shot too!

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  • Tar Heels Victory-Show No Mercer Feb 12, 2013
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    You can keep your sympathy to yourself. I am fine without it. I am looking forward to the game tomorrow. It would be nice to see the Heels play a complete game for once.

    GO HEELS!!!

  • ncsufan18 Feb 12, 2013
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    Doubtful seeing as States ACC road losses with the exception of Duke, have all been under 3 points.

  • DooksucksV3 Feb 12, 2013
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    Miami would beat State by 30+ in Miami. State plays well at home, not so well away.

  • DooksucksV3 Feb 12, 2013
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    I have been here for 6 years and talked about UNC a lot little guy.

    I have talked about UNC multiple times today already.

    It is nice that you seem to care though.

    Maybe one day you will wear your big boy poster pants and actually see who does what.

  • 903 mens national championships Feb 12, 2013
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    Road games in February are never predictable. For starters, teams normally start peaking as a team around this time of year. 2nd, teams in the bubble-watch start playing with a greater sense of urgency. 3rd, teams that are facing other teams the 2nd time around already have their opponent scouted and know exactly what they did wrong in the first meeting. And 4th, teams with nothing to play for also have nothing to lose and can play loose - especially the ones with seniors that know they're only shot at anything is to make a magical run in the ACC tourney and need to play for a higher seed for that.

    Certainly as a Duke fan, I'm not taking anything for granted after what should have been a loss at BC. I am sure Coach K is treating it as a loss. Which is why I feel sorry for UNC and their fans and what's sure to happen tomorrow. (I am taking tomorrow for granted).

  • Old Well Drinks Feb 12, 2013
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    Yes, just ask Miami who played them tough, it was clearly N. C. STATE, and I hope they meet again in the finals of the ACC Tourney, alright now, bring it on!

  • flairrick Feb 12, 2013
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    You sure do talk about other teams quite a bit. However, you rarely talk about your UNCheat team. Why is that?

  • flairrick Feb 12, 2013
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    Who has 6 NC's?

  • UNC 11-3 COASTAL CHAMPS Feb 12, 2013
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    "Miami might has rewritten Carolina history..." said the Duke fan who failed out of Community College from a trailer park on his interwebs machine.

  • Tizu Feb 12, 2013
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    While Miami has been playing outside their minds (at home), they're only slightly above average on the road. This run will not continue. They will not go undefeated in the conference. Their next two games are at FSU, which is a possible loss, then at Clemson, who has played well in Little John but probably a win.

    After that, they're at home against UVA. Will UVA be able to slow them down? Maybe a little, another win at home for the U. Then they go to Cameron Indoor. That should be one heck of a game. I think Duke beats them in Cameron, nothing like Miami did to them the first time, but Duke will win. Then they're back home against GT and Clemson both wins.

    It could make things real interesting at the top of the ACC rankings.

    Duke as UNC at home, then @ MD and VT which aren't easy places to play. I could see @ MD being a loss. Then they're back home against BC, then to VA which will be a tough game, but a win. Back home for a 2 game stretch against Miami, then VT.

    Then the last game at UNC.

    These remaining games for both Miami and Duke could get really interesting. I still think Miami wins the regular season, though.

  • bichonman Feb 12, 2013
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    Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn sometimes. Looks like Miami definitely and the pack maybe found a piece of one.

  • Chapel Hail Feb 12, 2013
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    .... STATE only lost by one point to Miami, it was down to the last second, that game was actually a game worth watching, can't wait for the rematch with the hapless Heels, again!!!!!

  • DooksucksV3 Feb 12, 2013
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    Winning by 8 is "beating the snot" out of a team?

    What was it that Dook then did to State then?

    State is currently hanging on by its fingernails with its "best" team in decades.

  • Chapel Hail Feb 12, 2013
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    ... .... ... ok, and STATE beat the snot out of both those teams, Duke & Carolina too, but the difference is Duke did something about it the next time (with a lotta' help from the refs). There wasn't any way that this Carolina team was going to do anything to Miami, no f in way, get real, (thus the Heels got swept by the Hurricanes, remember), and there ain't no f in way that the Heels are going to do anything to DUKE in Cameron, please, not this season, not this year, no f in way with this team (thanks Roy, but I can't say it on this site like you do in your press conferences).

  • DooksucksV3 Feb 12, 2013
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    You do realize dum-dum that Dook lost by 27 and were down by 34 when the walk-ons came in, right?

  • Chapel Hail Feb 12, 2013
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    ... funny thing was, Miami didn't even have to use it's inside presence much at all to clobber Carolina, oh my, not even close to a game, it was more like getting blasted by a hurricane, several hurricanes!

  • Chapel Hail Feb 12, 2013
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    .... .... .... yes, losing by 26 was definitely one for the ages for the hapless Heels, with no physical presence inside we will be seeing history repeat itself again in this so called rivalry game with DUKE, it's over Heels, toasted again!

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