Saturday, March 20, 2010

I Wonder If He Is A Terrorist

OKLAHOMA CITY — Here came Kansas, suddenly playing disruptive defense with a snarl because the Jayhawks were running out of time. Northern Iowa flinched a few times, but not in the final minute, when Ali Farokhmanesh found himself on a two-on-one break.

Farokhmanesh could have passed the ball, but that is not why Northern Iowa is still alive in the N.C.A.A. tournament and the Jayhawks are not. Farokhmanesh’s 20-footer stretched a 1-point lead to 4, and the Panthers held on for a 69-67 upset victory Saturday.

Ali Farokhmanesh ? Better back ground check that dude I don't like the sound of that name.

1 comment:

john t said...

That's like the guy that plays for St Marys that beat Villanova. Can't remember his name, his mom is Irish and his dad is an Egyptian. He probably needs to be checked out too. Then there was another player on another team that was from Turkey. Those terrorists are taking over our sports. OH MY! What should we do? The RWers will probably be throwing a fit before to long.

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