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(Charlotte Observer)   Let's check in with UNC Charlotte 49ers proud basketball program at the end of their season in which now former AD Rose ran Mark Price out of town after only 9 games. Oh dear   ( divider line
    More: Fail, Fancher, Atlantic 10 Conference, coach Houston Fancher, 49ers, Sun Belt Conference, Charlotte 49ers, Dale F. Halton Arena, Conference USA  
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2018-03-03 01:12:31 AM  
Charlotte had a proud basketball program? When?
2018-03-03 07:34:50 AM  
Not like they were going to make the Final Four this year. So they sucked really bad instead of just sucking a little.
2018-03-03 07:49:19 AM  
They are definitely inspired by the efforts of the Charlotte Bobcats.
2018-03-03 07:57:23 AM  
I would say the glory days of Bobby "Cheat Suit" Lutz, but they weren't all that glorious.
2018-03-03 07:58:18 AM  

dentalhilljack: I would say the glory days of Bobby "Cheat Suit" Lutz, but they weren't all that glorious.


/Preview is for pussies
//Don't know why "cheat" and "college basketball" is stuck in my mind....
2018-03-03 06:03:30 PM  
99% FT percentage Mark Price?

/ I can't be bothered to RTFA
2018-03-04 03:39:21 AM  
I hate conferences besides the Ivy League that don't invite all of their members to their postseason tournament.
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