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    George Mason coach

    WORST PREGAME speech ever. Although pretty funny stuff.



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    Re: George Mason coach

    I hope he didn't stay up late last night thinking that stuff up.



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    Re: George Mason coach

    He needed to consult Lou Holtz.



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    Re: George Mason coach

    That was pretty uninspiring. I think I could have come up with some more inspiring remarks or gimmicks to get my team to play against ND.


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    Re: George Mason coach

    I smell an upset



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    Re: George Mason coach

    I was just thinking that... his players even had to be thinking this guy is a moron.


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    Re: George Mason coach

    Yeah.. I thought it was lame... it was so lame I was laughing at it.



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    Re: George Mason coach

    Haha, I was thinking the same thing myself.



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    Re: George Mason coach

    Might have been the first pregame speech including "magic carpet ride" and "levitation"



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    You can't forget the picture of a leprechaun


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    Re: George Mason coach

    Quote Originally Posted by superdorf View Post
    Yeah.. I thought it was lame... it was so lame I was laughing at it.
    That was the goofiest, dumbest pre-game..... you could tell the players were about as fired up as parishioners after a sunday sermon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ajk4st8 View Post
    Might have been the first pregame speech including "magic carpet ride" and "levitation"
    Exactly what you want to hear as a player. We need magic to win, great.



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    Re: George Mason coach

    And did he mention Shaq?



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    Re: George Mason coach

    23-7 Notre Dame leads......BWUAHAHA.. GM needs another pre-game speech.


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    Re: George Mason coach

    Um.... Did it ever occur to you guys that it was intentionally lame and funny. He was trying to loosen his players up so they don't come out all tensed up, wide-eyed, and nervous. He wasn't trying to be inspiring.

    clearly though - it isn't working.



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