As fans kept pouring into the stadium it was definite that the game was going to be special.want people to see something interesting when they come to games, said Henry O a senior at the University of Oregon.O has been a lifelong Duck fan and has attended games since his freshman year. In true Super Fan fashion, O wears a dinosaur suit to every game.The student section at Matthew Knight Arena was one of the loudest ever, and dozens of fans ran into the Oregon locker room to welcome the players with a pregame tunnel. As the players entered the court, fans gave them high fives, shouting words of encouragement.Five minutes into the game, Cal led 15 11.
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My second job for the past 5 years has been as a mechanic in a tiny bike shop of sorts, the Bike Station, whose primary service is FREE secure valet attended bicycle parking, but also offers relatively low cost repairs. Because we don’t sell new bikes, and because we never turn anyone away for lack of bike quality, I have been able to work on a great variety of bikes, of all types and ages and cost levels, which is rare in any one shop. (My third job is a reserve for the Coast Guard, but that isn’t relevant to this at all) And now.
So, they’re either selling drugs or selling sex or selling both. Whatever the case, I’m not happy about it. I mean, seriously, only when I’m at my absolute brokest do a drug dealer and a prostitute move in across the hall from me. Sitting in Row M, Seat 129, I took copious notes on this match and, if you want, I can ramble on with statistics. I can tell you about the contrast in styles of the contestants, about how Nadal is the tennis equivalent of a bruiser (case in point: he served 25% of the time to Federer’s body), while Federer is a dancer (he chose that aggressive target only 4% of the time), and how Nadal managed to neutralize the greatest attacking forehand in tennis with the game’s greatest backhand passing shot (Federer won only 60% of points when approaching net, which should almost always be a winning gambit on grass), and how Federer’s remaining greatness still lies in his preference for elegance and accuracy over force. (Federer had 25 aces, much more than Nadal, but his fastest speed was 129 mph the same speed as the fastest serve in Saturday’s women’s final.).