Found March 25, 2013 on College Spun:
The journalists over at Duke’s student newspaper, The Chronicle, had a little fun with the headline of their sports page today.  In celebration of the Blue Devils’ third round victory over the Creighton Blue Jays in the NCAA Tournament, the publication ran the headline “That ‘Sheed Creigh”, with “Ain’t it jays?” underneath. ‘Sheed refers to Rasheed Sulaimon, who had 21 points in the win.  If you don’t understand the rest of it, here’s the song they’re referencing. I’m a little upset they didn’t figure out a way to work in anything about “fish filet”, but hey, I guess it’s still pretty clever. The Chronicle
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