Tuesday, October 13, 2009

KRXYWJSDV4SKI FURIOUS OVER FOOTBALL SUCCESS

Sources close to T.A.H. (and even closer to Chapel Hill) tell us that Duke basketball head coach Mike Krzycvbt7ski is not happy about the football team's recent success after the Blue Devils knocked off N.C. State in Raleigh for the first time in 25 years.

Not being one to share the spotlight, Coach K immediately put in motion a plan to help bring the focus back on his hoopsters and away from second-year coach David Cutcliffe’s rapidly improving grid iron heroes.


Needless to say folks in Durham are excited after the Blue Devils ended a 20-game road losing streak in the ACC and an eight-game conference losing streak with a 49-28 win over the Wolfpack. At 3-3, they have a legitimate chance to finish at .500 or better for only the second time since Steve Spurrier left 20 years ago.

To distract Duke’s future football fans, Krzichvgb2ski immediately planned
an open house for fans beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

Players and coaches will be available for autographs (but not photographs) from 11 to 12:30. During the autograph session, fans will be able to take their photos with Duke's 1991, 1992 and 2001 NCAA championship trophies.

Fans will be allowed to watch practice from 1 to 3 p.m. Doors to the arena will open at 10 a.m., and admission is free.

Additional sources close to Carolina Power and Light tell T.A.H. that Krzxfhv3ski tried to convince the utility to turn off the power all over the Duke campus during the open house to prevent students “from watching the Maryland game.”

An unidentified CP&L spokesperson said, “You could hear the profanity all the way in Chapel Hill when one of our employees informed Coach K that the Blue Devils have a bye this Saturday, and they don’t play the Terps until 1 p.m. on the 24th of October.”

According to various sources, in spite of all that, the Cameron open house will go on as scheduled this Saturday.

*items in italics may not be true.

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