ACC Community to re-air Coach Ok’s ultimate residence Duke recreation

It feels like the ACC Network is trolling.

It feels just like the ACC Community is trolling.
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Rattling, does somebody at ACC Community have one thing private towards Coach Ok?

As you’re seemingly all very conscious, ESPN overestimated Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski’s farewell season for months, culminating in even extra hype for his ultimate recreation towards longtime in-state rival North Carolina. Simply somebody forgot to inform the Duke gamers who misplaced to unranked UNC at Cameron Indoor Stadium, 94-81.

In a particularly underwhelming finish to the common season, ESPN needed to split-screen Coach Ok’s ultimate entrance into Cameron, as the sport earlier than Duke-UNC was going lengthy, after which relegated the beginning of Duke-UNC to ESPN2, enraging followers. For all of the Duke haters on the market, it was most likely the funniest potential means the finale might have gone, made funnier by the Blue Devils’ loss.

Duke followers would most likely like to only neglect about the entire thing and transfer on, however the ACC Community can have none of that.

Immediately, the community introduced that it will be re-airing not solely the sport, however the pregame and postgame ceremonies, which included Coach Ok telling the group to be quiet after which calling his workforce’s effort “unacceptable.Rubbing salt within the wound a lot?

ACCN can be airing it twice — as soon as as we speak and as soon as tomorrow, as Duke and UNC compete within the ACC Match semifinals. There might be a rematch tomorrow, if all goes proper (or all goes improper, relying on who you ask). The kicker is the satan emoji within the tweet — positive, it’s most likely for the Blue Devils’ mascot, but it surely’s means funnier if you happen to consider it because the community trolling Duke and Ok, which was the impression I obtained upon first seeing the tweet.

Duke will face Miami tonight earlier than UNC ideas off towards Virginia. 

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