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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet6teen View Post
    Interestingly, my oldest son, Michael, is a neurosurgeon at Duke Medical. Michael was asked, and agreed, to assist in Coach K's recent neck surgery. He was told that it would be a routine anterior cervical discectomy. However, a week before the planned surgery my son opted to recuse himself when he learned that it was not a routine procedure but rather an experimental exploratory operation to determine if Coach K has a spine.
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    We've come a long way since my bench seat at the Fieldhouse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet6teen View Post
    Interestingly, my oldest son, Michael, is a neurosurgeon at Duke Medical. Michael was asked, and agreed, to assist in Coach K's recent neck surgery. He was told that it would be a routine anterior cervical discectomy. However, a week before the planned surgery my son opted to recuse himself when he learned that it was not a routine procedure but rather an experimental exploratory operation to determine if Coach K has a spine.
    That was absolutely amazing, during the beginning I was like "This guy has to be full of crap..." +reps

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet6teen View Post
    Interestingly, my oldest son, Michael, is a neurosurgeon at Duke Medical. Michael was asked, and agreed, to assist in Coach K's recent neck surgery. He was told that it would be a routine anterior cervical discectomy. However, a week before the planned surgery my son opted to recuse himself when he learned that it was not a routine procedure but rather an experimental exploratory operation to determine if Coach K has a spine.
    I trust that the surgery revealed that he is spineless.
    Xavier always goes to the NCAA tournament...Projecting anything less than that this season feels like folly--Eamonn Brennan, ESPN (Summer Shootaround, 2012)

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