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  • richard jaramillo posted at 10:16 am on Tue, Mar 25, 2014.

    rjsantafe1 Posts: 20

    We support out team no matter what and that's what community support is all about! Look at Stanford and what they are doing! The Lobos drew a tough smart first round opponent and lost! The Lobos do damage in Vegas and then the NCAA committee makes us go east! How many years out the twelve appearances have we played close to home? Not many and I might add that the best team ever assembled was when we had future NBA Laker Michael Cooper and the Lobos were ranked #5 and lost early. Maybe we have a curse in the NCAA tourney, but like all droughts, curses, and streaks they all come to an end! Boston Red Sox - need I say more...

  • Todd_Shaw posted at 10:36 am on Sat, Mar 22, 2014.

    Todd_Shaw Posts: 21

    Kendall Williams was horrible all year! He choked big time in this game and if he thinks NBA scouts think highly of him, think again. He'll be playing oversees somewhere because he's not good enough for the NBA! So long...


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