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An evening at Pauley...


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A little off topic, but funny none-the-less.  I found this on ESPN's mobile site (can't find it on the full version website).  ESPN blogger D'Arcy Maine attends the UCLA/New Mexico basketball game and gives us a blow-by-blow description of the night.  Here's an excerpt: (emphasis added)

8:28 PM: There is an attractive group of female students in front of me dressed in their finest clothes. I ask the security guard about them. Apparently they are paid to schmooze with recruits. I hope Lane Kiffin is reading this. Turns out you just have to call it "schmoozing". Crisis averted. Looks like I just saved the Vols recruiting class.

OK, one more:

8:34 PM: The halftime entertainment is the LA Clippers "Chairmen", a wheelchair basketball team. The crowd is far more into this than they are for the actual game. Only a few people leave their seats. Probably because this is the best basketball the crowd will witness tonight.

Here's a link to the full post if you're interested:

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