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Saturday, November 12, 2005

Moron Writes Letter

I also wanted to weigh in on the ill-informed screed appearing in the Freep that the High Roller alluded to earlier, but we're currently putting together a scathing retort which will hopefully be published (but who knows). If it's not published, we'll publish our letter here. As I was saying to the High Roller, I'm finding it hard to respond to this jackass without resorting to profanity or personal attacks (the High Roller has apparently decided not to hold himself back on the personal attacks front!).

Here are some choice quotes:
"Most of the team averages about five points per game. [...] Multiply the five points per game by five players and you'll get the total number of points we can expect them to score against Coach K's team."

Yeah... since our top 3 scorers are gone, I'm sure everyone else will continue to score at exactly the same average...
"...the seeming lack of any recruiting effort for basketball is appalling. Part of the problem is the vicious cycle of poor results leading to poor recruiting which leads to even poorer results and so on."

There's so much wrong with this statement I don't even know where to start. He calls the last 4 years of BU basketball poor results??? And does he not realize we have just recruited one of the top 2 or 3 players in New Hampshire as a freshman this year (a national Top 200 player)? And finally...
"BU men's basketball, of course, has never exactly been the pride of the school."

Ahem, with all due respect, you can go screw yourself. For me and a lot of other people, this team is a source of great pride for this school. Hmm, maybe he does deserve those personal attacks and profanity...

2 Comments:

At 11:32 AM, Blogger Ephraim the Retarded Rabbit said...

Well we can only pray the that this fake-named human will be struck by the Green Line.

Thank you.

 
At 12:11 AM, Blogger ginzo said...

Poor recruiting? How about Tony Gaffney the Massachusetts player of the year 2 years ago?

 

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