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Thread: The Number 10 Is Cursed!

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    Default The Number 10 Is Cursed!

    How long has it been since a Zag finished a playing career with that number?

    Jesse Wade?

    Bryan Alberts?

    Guy Landry-Edi?

    Grant Gibbs?

    Biggs McGee?

    Yikes!

    We will now return to your regularly scheduled fooing...
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    Wow, that’s amazing. You should post this on the mbb forum and see where it crashes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    How long has it been since a Zag finished a playing career with that number?

    Jesse Wade?

    Bryan Alberts?

    Guy Landry-Edi?

    Grant Gibbs?

    Biggs McGee?

    Yikes!

    We will now return to your regularly scheduled fooing...
    Quote Originally Posted by 23dpg View Post
    Wow, that’s amazing. You should post this on the mbb forum and see where it crashes.
    And/or post it in the binary counting thread!
    Hoping you have a sense of humor too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    How long has it been since a Zag finished a playing career with that number?

    Jesse Wade?

    Bryan Alberts?

    Guy Landry-Edi?

    Grant Gibbs?

    Biggs McGee?

    Yikes!

    We will now return to your regularly scheduled fooing...
    iirc Theo wore #23 & #34, but yes all those incurred injuries, except for Edi with eligibility issue. Add in Manny Arop, who wore #10 as a sophomore before transferring. All bad luck for #10. And even though he had a phenomenal career at Gonzaga, Blake Stepp was riddled with injuries and his knee issues forced him into retirement from basketball

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