Some North Carolina Fans Probably Agree With This

Tonight is the first of two meetings between North Carolina and Duke. Based on North Carolina's recent run of six losses in the last seven games, the Blue Devils' visit to Chapel Hill isn't expected to be a classic. But even if the game is lopsided, it's good to know a girl from Dartmouth got us going early today with the trash talk on Jeopardy of all places: ↵
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↵If you couldn't hear the audio, her answer was "Jackass." She probably didn't mean anything by it. (Who among us really remembers that Johnny Knoxville was in a Dukes of Hazzard flick?) Still, it was brilliant timing with today's game. ↵

↵(H/T to The Dagger) ↵

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↵UPDATE: In the interest of being an equal-opportunity hater, how about this quote from North Carolina coach Roy Williams? ↵

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↵⇥"Our massage therapist told me, 'You know, coach, what happened in Haiti is a catastrophe. What you're having is a disappointment,' " said Williams. "I told her that depends on what chair you're sitting in. It does feel like a catastrophe to me, because it is my life." ↵
↵Are we sure Paul Shirley didn't jump into Coach Williams' body before giving us a quote like that, which totally lacks perspective.↵

This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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