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« on: November 16, 2010, 10:30:16 PM »
Did any of the insiders read this ( ), "Georgetown, Duke could stumble early?" If you could post it thatd be great, if its worth a look.


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« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2010, 10:47:32 PM »
Marquette Golden Eagles topple No. 1 Duke Blue Devils!
Monday, Nov. 22
Let's end with a real reach, shall we? You might remember a recent piece I did in which I said that Duke is clearly the best team in the nation. And now here I am saying they're going to lose to an unranked opponent? Make up your mind, Gasaway! Actually I still think the Blue Devils are a solid No. 1, but hey, they lace up their shoes one at a time just like Marquette, right? This game will be played in Kansas City as part of the O'Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic, far from Cameron Indoor. Maybe Kyrie Irving will still be rounding into form for Mike Krzyzewski. That's happened before with elite point guards -- even Derrick Rose wasn't a world-beater in the November of his freshman year. And the Golden Eagles have a solid one-two combination in Darius Johnson-Odom and Jimmy Butler. I feel a surprise coming. You heard it here first.

John Gasaway is one of the primary college basketball authors for the website Basketball Prospectus; his archives for that site are here. He's located on Twitter here. He'll be covering aspects of college hoops on ESPN Insider throughout 2010-11.