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Craig Robinson Has His Work Cut Out For Him

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We didn’t know who to root for: Dan’s alma mater or his current employer? The scrappy land-grant institution or the snooty Ivy League? But Oregon State played a sloppy, clumsy game. They can’t shoot. These guys are just choking under pressure. So Yale won 52-53. It shouldn’t have even been a close game.

Man, does Robinson wish he had never left Brown? Can he turn things around? Is everyone just too distracted by the football team’s success? Or by the Obama win? And how many of the 3,413 fans at Gill Coliseum tonight were more interested in seeing Robinson than the team? Wonder who will last longer in Corvallis: him or us?

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Written by baltimoregon

November 25, 2008 at 1:10 am

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  1. ‘yale won 52-53’ is a good way of putting it

    rd

    November 25, 2008 at 4:24 pm

  2. Great game, but I think you are selling OSU short- very good talent and seem to be learinging to play together. I don’t think Yale would beat them in a month. Dr. S was right on the money in the total score prediction- superior statistical skills learned somewhere…….

    TT

    November 26, 2008 at 10:18 pm

  3. […] did see Craig Robinson’s wife and two children sit down to dinner there as we were on our way out. It’s the place to […]


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