Found January 28, 2013 on Mr. Irrelevant:
I’m an ACC lifer, and with Maryland heading to the B1G, I wanted to see some of the conference’s more famous gyms before the ride ends. In the span of one week, I got to take in three basketball games along Tobacco Road. On January 19 I saw Maryland lose to North Carolina in the Dean Dome. Then last Saturday I watched the Terps lose again, this time to Duke in Cameron. The nightcap was Carolina against NC State at the PNC Arena. On none of these trips was I working, just a basketball fan with a Maryland lean. Below are my thoughts. Dean Dome Once inside the arena, the Dean Dome is the most impressive aesthetic venue of the three. Everything is Carolina blue, and rather than it being nauseating, it’s slightly magical. The walls, the chairs, the court, most of the fans. I know I sound like Jim Nantz talking about Augusta, but the inside of the Dean Dome is really damn cool. The hanging banners offer names like Jordan and Worthy, and the video screens show sick highlights of the army ...

Maryland's Alex Len dumped a disgusting reverse dunk for 2 on Duke today

Maryland couldn't stop No. 1 Duke today (an 84-64 loss on the road) but that didn't mean the Blue Devils could stop Maryland's Alex Len from dropping this crazy reverse slam on them. Damn.... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Alex Len’s Reverse Jam On Duke

Maryland lost big, but at least this happened (via). Oh, and G’town beat L’ville.

Duke’s Mason Plumlee, Maryland’s Alex Len Add Excitement to Blowout With Electrifying Dunks (Video)

What could liven up the 84-64 beatdown No. 1 Duke put on Maryland on Saturday? How about a pair of dunk-of-the-year candidates? Sophomore Alex Len gave the visiting Terrapins an early boost with a follow-through reverse jam five minutes into the game, but Blue Devils senior standout Mason Plumlee did Len one better 25 minutes later, turning Quinn Cook’s missed layup into a thunderous...
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