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Woo hoo. I hate the baby blue bitches.
I hate the zeroes even more...if you can believe that.
"Here are provided seats of meditative joy, where shall rise again the destined reign of Troy." Virgil
I just ordered a bruin bear to skewer on the end of my Trojan Warrior's sword. Think I hate em even more!
Zeroes are considered one of the worst sports fans in America..lol. At least the gutties aren't bad fans to opponents, other than us...
14. University of Oregon Basketball
Hecklers from Hell
With a firm dedication to taking taunts too far, the Oregon Duck faithful have a storied history of degeneracy that can be traced all the way back to the days when someone beaned legendary coach John Wooden with a half-eaten apple. But the crowning violation of the school's "Code of ConDUCKt" (their unforgivable pun, not ours) occurred in 2008, when former Oregon high school standout Kevin Love dared return home playing for rival UCLA. Ducks fans distributed Love's cell-phone number before the game and left him some 400 voice mails, featuring such witty messages as "If you guys win, we'll come to your house and kill your family." Once in the stadium, students proceeded to (a) hold up signs enumerating the ways Love was a homosexual, (b) throw food at his family in the stands, and (c) call his grandmother a whore until she cried. Way to get in the old lady's head, Oregon!
Even the university itself acknowledges it...and decided they couldn't do anything about their fanbase's horrible conduct.
In any of these cities, just watch the game from home
Looking forward to seeing Useless lose in the first round next week.
How in the hell does Oregon wind up a 12 seed, and the Gutless Wonders a 6?
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