Found January 24, 2013 on Redlegs Review:
\ The Duke Blue Devils took over the top spot in the latest college basketball polls this week. However, their stay at No. 1 isn't going to last long after No. 25 Miami completely dismantled Duke on Wednesday. The final score read, 90-63, but the game wasn't nearly as close as the score might indicate. One man who was in attendance to see the upset victory was Hall of Fame shortstop and Cincinnati Reds legend Barry Larkin. Larkin was spotted in the stands cheering on his son, Shane, who poured in 18 points and grabbed a team-high 10 rebounds during the rout. Needless to say, that is one proud dad in the photo above. The sophomore guard is averaging 12.5 points per game and nearly four assists per game on the season. Yeah, I would venture to say that he is the beneficiary of some good athletic genes. He can think his father for that. Via MLB Cut 4
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