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Mike Wise in Cameron

(By Kevin C. Cox - Getty)

Man, the wire photographers did themselves proud yesterday. I thought this Scheyer Face was cool, until I saw the above photo: Hoops Weiss, Liz Clarke, Mike Wise and Barker Davis, in various states of distress over the painted naked chests hovering above their heads.

(By Ellen Ozier - Getty)

Then there's Coach K, demonstrating proper technique in denying you have fouled an opposing player, assuming the referees accidentally rule as such.

(By Kevin C. Cox - Getty, and Gerry Broome - AP)

Everyone seemed very excited. Greg Paulus. Gerald Henderson. The guy in the stands wearing the Greg Paulus jersey.

(Gerry Broome - AP)

This isn't seriously how they break the huddle, right?

(Gerry Broome - AP)

Dang. Missed another one. Keep trying, stripes.

By Dan Steinberg  |  January 18, 2009; 2:44 PM ET
Categories:  Atlantic 11 , College Basketball , Media  
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Bitter much? WAHHHHH. Outplayed. Everybody leave the loser's denial to McNabb, would ya? It's really undignified. There is no shame in losing a good game to the eventual national champions. Go Duke.

Posted by: JohnnyBlades | January 18, 2009 9:12 PM | Report abuse

Your insights are a credit to the journalistic legacy of the Washington Post.

It ain't Duke's fault that Georgetown wasn't good enough to win yesterday. Maybe one of the other D.C. teams will do better.

Posted by: Revisited | January 19, 2009 12:54 AM | Report abuse

College basketball refs ALWAYS slant towards the home team. I thought the officiating was much more lopsided in the Clemson-Wake Forest game than it was in the Duke-Georgetown game.

Posted by: FlyersSuck | January 19, 2009 12:45 PM | Report abuse

arent you proud that people read your Blog and expect it to be a bastion of journalistic integrity. Im glad you never set out to right a sarcastic, witty, topical, and irreverent sports blog about injured NBA player's pools, NFL tight end's tight ends, and russian hockey players having wacky pillow fights. I hope you win that Pulitzer soon for your investigative reporting on the "vote the redskins ticket" campaign.

Posted by: QuintenD | January 19, 2009 1:47 PM | Report abuse

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