Saturday, March 31, 2007

Sorry Florida: UCLA Isn't Gator Bait

So here we are primed for college basketball's premier sporting event: the Final Four. The elite game features defending champion Florida against UCLA. Last year, these two teams met in final, but tonight they hook up in the semi finals. For the Bruins, 2006 saw them walk off the court shell shocked by Gator guard, Lee Humphrey's, proficient three point shooting and center, Joakim Noah's, tenacious shot blocking. The Bruins were already hanging their 12Th NCAA championship banner when the roof caved in. For some reason, UCLA uncharacteristically decided to donate a National Championship banner to Florida. Meanwhile, they lost by 25-points. Because of the Bruins' great history also tradition, they never took the Florida Gators for anything more than a football school. This time, the UCLANS are ready to re-establish their great folklore by proving that the most competitive amateur basketball is played on the West Coast. Not only will UCLA beat Florida, the Bruins will blow them out with a winning margin of more than 12-points. This game will not even be close. Goodbye Florida, the Bruins bid you a fond farewell. We hope you stick with football...something you're good at.

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