Best UNC dunk in Cameron since Jerry Stackhouse abused Cherokee Parks in 1995.
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I think emasculation is pretty harsh. How about just desserts?
I take the Wikipedia version of the word:
“to make a male feel himself to be less of a man by subjecting him to humiliation”
One camera angle (behind Paulus) shows him using a bit of an elbow on Green’s crotch as he flops. Excellent no call.
THF, I know you concentrate on Men’s Football and Hoops, but how ’bout a tip o’ the cap to the Ladies. Ran the table in the ACC and are now 4-peat tourney champs.
^I will get to them this evening.
BTW, Clemson fans storming to court for finishing #3 in the ACC. Fairly low standards down there.
I agree with Santiago. The ladies swept Duke and won the regular season and tournament championships. Let’s give them just recognition.
Thanks in advance.
My favorite part was Danny’s post-game quote on the dunk:
“It felt good, man,” Green said. “There’s a lot of people in the country that don’t like Greg Paulus. I’m pretty sure they were pretty happy watching that.”
Greg Paulus, what a little girl. That was the best dunk I’ve ever seen in my life!!!!!
Go Green!!!!!!! Oh by the way, Paulus has not masculinity in his whole body!!!
That dunk made my weekend, Paulus getting teabagged and UNC beating Duke on senior night AGAIN. What a great game, think we’ll see them play again in the ACC Tourney?
Does anyone have a link to the picture?
A couple of posts down.
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