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  1. PatsRI

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    You are my b*tch....... hahahahahaha
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    He's just getting warmed up for his next handshake with Mangina
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    already talk has begun on BB being classless was heard on ESPN :)
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    According to the Boston Globe, the handshake photo that PatsRI posted was shot pre-game.

    This is the post game handshake photo:
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    You could hear BB say "great game" and it sounded sincere. What do people want them to do? Makeout?
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    Unless BB hands every coach a Hallmark card after the game that reads "I'm so sorry for your loss. Please know that I am here for you if you ever need me" -- we will continue to hear that BB is classless. I'm just confused on what other coaches are doing after games that makes them so "classy" with a post game handshake?
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