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    How was the barking

    I heard people bark the first few times on tv but then it was sporadic as the game went on. How was it in person? Is it lame?
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    I’m not a fan of it. It seemed to be mostly the bench and the student section.


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    Instead of barking, could the crowd shout "zip em' up" after a kill?
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    I like zip em up or gun shots then tell zip em up Johnny
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    I gotta be honest, the barking is kind of lame. Yell, scream, make some noise......but I don't think the barking is going to make it.

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    It was............odd

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    It was RUFF!

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    bark, meow, hoot like an owl... they can do whatever they want as long as they don't start slapping the ground when the opposing PG brings the ball up the court again

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    I thought the extra cheering it brought was a welcome change.


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    the students do. No one else does. I actually kind of like it, although I don't plan on personally doing any barking. Xeus gets a little upset when humans try to steal canine culture.

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