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at least temporarily. See Boeheim's quote below.
With Syracuse leaving for the Atlantic Coast Conference next season, Boeheim spoke at length about his visits to Providence since two schools were charter members of the Big East in 1979.
"We've been coming here for 34 years. That's a lot of history," he said. "Every one of these games is a little bit of sadness for me. I know where all the good restaurants are now, and now I've got to go down to Clemson, S.C. I'm sure there's a couple of Denny's down there."
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The rug really tied the room together, did it not?
An instant classic.
Great find. Thank you.
He must not know Fatz or the Esso Club.
That is classic.
He is about to be sorely disappointed. They don't have a Denny's in tatertown. The Subway is sure to please, though.
or a chick-fil-a
I think he'll be pleasantly surprised by Pixie & Bill's.
I will now become Cuse fan when thay take on the tater urange. Boeheim's statement describes the pastureland in cow town perfectly!
a couple months ago I was at a cheesesteak place in Philly and Rick Barnes came in and sat next to me. He was in town recruiting. We start talking and said "Clemson taught me that when they tell it's a great place to raise a family. It means there's nothing to do there."
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