November 17, 2003


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  • How could you overlook the Number one ranked (men's and women's polls) UConn Huskies. The University's Billion Dollar Credit Union, CSE CU, has 18% share growth and 72,000 members! Watch for them in San Antonio (the basketball team, not the Credit Union).
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  • Look for the University of Wisconsin to play spoiler once again in the NCAA's. We've been spoiling our members here at UWCU since the 1930's!
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  • Excellent! The University of Notre Dame made it to the Sweet Sixteen last year and Notre Dame Federal Credit Union was at least that good, too! Go Irish!
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  • Wonder why my alma mater, Stanford, with its 27% growth wasn't in your prognostication? 'Course, they're a young team this year and maybe they're just too distracted counting all their money. Oh well, maybe next year.
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  • Maryland will go all the way this year...they had one year to re-group after Dixon, Wilcox and Baxter all went to the pros.
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  • Your nuts. Maryland won't make it past its opening game with Towson State. Besides you left out the Big Ten sleeper-Northwestern University-a powerful performer.
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  • Look out for the biggest spoiler of them all... Hook 'em Horns!
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  • Michigan State University has the best coach in the country in Tom Izzo and the best Credit Union. Go Green, National Basketball Champions again!!!!
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  • Let's see if Maryland beats Wisconsin during the season. As a Terp, I like the final four picks.
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  • Now I truly enjoy this piece of intelligence. I wish I could have come up with this sort of analysis when I worked at Callahans. Good fun article. Though I did not see my old fellow employee's team on the list (ODU ) - that makes me happy!
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  • U of I is a sleeper. Don't count out the Illini.
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