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Va. Tech Dunks

To make it up to Va. Tech fan sitruc for making mild fun of the Local No. 3 Hokies this week, here's a more friendly bit of YouTubeness. Via Big Lead, it's a whole whole mess of dunks from last night, and a whole whole mess of Boston College players standing around and sorta watching. These guys might have a future in the NBA. The Eagles, I mean.

As for Virginia Tech, clearly they're either losing in the first round to Winthrop or winning the national championship.

By Dan Steinberg  |  February 22, 2007; 4:29 PM ET
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I have no reason to change the topic of discussion today. I had to sit down and compose myself after that one Washington dunk. He's always good for a highlight reel dunk, but that one was nasty. A certain four letter network even made it the top play and top call. Almost didn't make it to a television in time for DC United v CD Olimpia running from Cassell. I'm sorry I didn't send you any jokes about UVa losing to a Puerto Rican again.
I check this bog too many times a day. If only I would listen to Goff and wait out these hardware problems.

Posted by: sitruc | February 23, 2007 2:01 PM | Report abuse

I saw a couple Jabbo Kenner games last summer; what with the flying dunks and blocks, Deron Washington had to be the most athletic guy in the building. (Admittedly, you had Roy Hibbert and Steve Danley also playing, but still an achievement).

Also, what happened to the official Bog press hat? The reflection off the new graphic is hurting my eyes...

Posted by: DD | February 23, 2007 4:40 PM | Report abuse

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