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Besides Dyson at 6'9" and about 240lbs we will have some other size in Wilson at 6'8" and Das Big Man at 7'1" and 270lbs to add much needed size to the miniscule Petit Danes of the past few seasons.


Somebody close to Brown told me that he loves this kid!!!!! - professor


If Brown truly said what you stated professor that's enough for me.


It's going to be nice not being the runt of the litter.



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Once again, well spoken.


I have just one quibble with the posts on Zoellner. Let's stop calling him "DAS big man." He's really "DER big man."


"Der" in German refers to masculine objects, and the word for man is "der Mann."


I should know. I used to teach the language.


"Das," by the way, refers to neuter objects. Unless you meant that Zoellner might be the big "neutr"-alizer. That's not a bad thought, either.


Thank you for letting me air my little quibble. More importantly, let's hope he can be a big factor and lead next year's Danes to a title!

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