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    I cried 41 years ago tonight


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    Yes, I am man enough to admit it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sycamore tuff View Post
    Yes, I am man enough to admit it!
    Im sure I did too but it was probably from getting spanked

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    Quote Originally Posted by sycamore tuff View Post
    Yes, I am man enough to admit it!
    Many of us did.

    It was a great run, though.

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    BTN|B1G just re-aired the '79 Final

    Still the same result
    Be LOYAL and TRUE! WEAR ROYAL BLUE!!! don't SLACK by wearing BLACK!

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    I’m happy to be a “young guy” but boy how lucky you all are to have witnessed the ‘79 season. Not to mention following Larry’s professional playing career.

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    I watched them beat DePaul on youtube today. That was a great ballgame. No shotclock or 3 pt line. Both teams shot lights out.

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    If you were in Salt Lake City that night you probably remember Larry sitting amongst a huge crowd of fans after the game vs MSU in a ballroom. Everyone just moved slowly toward him to say thanks, shake his hand, etc. It was a very, very special moment.


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