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Monday Grab Bag: Black Sunday

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    There are moments in sports where the outcome of a game becomes meaningless. *Such was the case Sunday when Spencer Dinwidde fell to the floor clutching his knee. *Time stopped, the game fell away, and a haze of uncertainty fell over BuffNation.
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    It's just not right. *From: USA Today
    The obvious is that the whole situation did not look good. *The injury occurred in a non-contact situation, where Spencer's knee seemed to give out from under him as his shoe slipped on the slick floor at the Hec Ed Pavilion in Seattle. *Spencer wasn't the only one to lose his footing, and I can't help but wonder if the coaching staff should've made an issue of it. *Regardless, dreams, both individual and organizational, came to a screeching halt.

    The fear is that Dinwiddie is done for the year. It's a knife to the gut, a painful reminder that success is fleeting. *In the coming days I'll be able to consider what this means going forward, but, for now, all of my thoughts and prayers go out the the 'Mayor of Buffaloes.' *Get well soon, Spencer.

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    Today in the bag, I'll pick up the pieces from Seattle, check in with the spiraling women's team, and touch on the NFL playoffs.

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    There are moments in sports where the outcome of a game becomes meaningless. *Such was the case Sunday when Spencer Dinwidde fell to the floor clutching his knee. *Time stopped, the game fell away, and a haze of uncertainty fell over BuffNation.
    [​IMG]
    It's just not right. *From: USA Today
    The obvious is that the whole situation did not look good. *The injury occurred in a non-contact situation, where Spencer's knee seemed to give out from under him as his shoe slipped on the slick floor at the Hec Ed Pavilion in Seattle. *Spencer wasn't the only one to lose his footing, and I can't help but wonder if the coaching staff should've made an issue of it. *Regardless, dreams, both individual and organizational, came to a screeching halt.

    The fear is that Dinwiddie is done for the year. It's a knife to the gut, a painful reminder that success is fleeting. *In the coming days I'll be able to consider what this means going forward, but, for now, all of my thoughts and prayers go out the the 'Mayor of Buffaloes.' *Get well soon, Spencer.

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    Today in the bag, I'll pick up the pieces from Seattle, check in with the spiraling women's team, and touch on the NFL playoffs.

    Click below for the bag...

    Read more »[​IMG]

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