UPDATED: Jackets close strong to escape upset

UPDATED, 11:28 p.m. It was not the sort of win that Georgia Tech will relish. It was the sort of win the Yellow Jackets will gratefully accept.

With McCamish Pavilion tensed up with the prospect of a big upset, Tech pulled out a 73-66 win over UNC Wilmington Saturday night. Freshman forward Robert Carter and guard Marcus Georges-Hunt provided the heroics, combining for nine consecutive points that pulled Tech out of a 62-57 deficit and into a 66-62 lead with 2:33 to play. The Jackets withstood the Seahawks for the remainder.

“I’m not pleased with the way we played, but I’m pleased with the way we finished,” coach Brian Gregory said. “Our execution in the last five minutes was exceptional, both defensively and offensively.”

Carter and Georges-Hunt scored 19 and 10 points, respectively, to lead Tech. Georges-Hunt managed his contributions despite playing with foul trouble much of the second half.

Tech improved to 6-2, the first time Tech has been four games above .500 since the 2009-10 season, coach Paul Hewitt’s second-to-last season. The Seahawks, a member of the Colonial Athletic Association, fell to 4-5.

The Seahawks “probably did enough things during this game to win the game,” coach Brian Gregory said.

The comeback win provided a noteworthy first for Gregory in his second season at Tech. It was the first time that the Jackets won after trailing at the five-minute mark. They were 0-21 up to this point.

Gregory gave the team credit for its response in the final five minutes, urged by a frantic home crowd.

Said Gregory, “We probably would not have won this game last year.”

UNC Wilmington entered the with an RPI ranking of No. 244, according to realtimerpi.com, almost 200 spots below Tech. It mattered little to the Seahawks. They fell behind by nine points in the first half and ended up going into halftime up 36-35. Tech ran out to an eight-point lead (45-37) with 16:33 remaining, but the Seahawks scored 10 of the next 12 points to even it up at 47 with 12:08 to go on a baseline jumper by Chris Dixon.

“We need to be a gritty, tough, blue collar-type team to be successful,” Gregory said. “Sometimes, when things are easy on offense, we tend to kind of play in a different flow than that.”

The Seahawks eventually went up by five points, 62-57, on a 3-pointer by Nate Anderson, a 6-foot-10 forward who was playing in only his third game of the season.

“That’s how it goes sometimes when you give a team like that an edge,” Carter said. “When they start to get their confidence up, all kind of crazy stuff starts to go in.”

Gregory’s biggest peeve in the game was likely the perimeter defense, which allowed the Seahawks to drop nine of 20 3-point attempts. Dixon and Tanner Milson were a combined 7-for-15 from beyond the 3-point arc.

“We were late getting to (Milson) a couple times, but they stretched us on their ball-screen stuff,” Gregory said. “We’ve got to keep working on our coverages on that because with our big guys’ athletic ability and size, we should be much better. I was not pleased with our guards in defending that.”

Milson and Dixon stuck it to the Jackets at critical times. On the last possession of the first half, Milson tracked down his own missed 3-pointer to bank a jump shot with time running out to give the Seahawks their first lead of the game, 36-35. Dixon later provided the aforementioned game-tying jumper at 12:08.

After Carter put the Jackets back up 49-47, Milson hit a 3-pointer to put UNC Wilmington back ahead at 50-49 with 10:43 to play for the Seahawks’ first lead of the half. Over the next five minutes, Milson and Dixon hit 3-pointers to twice give the Seahawks 4-point leads.

Tech, though, showed determination and poise in its strong close. The Jackets scored 16 of the final 20 points of the game.

Georges-Hunt scored all 10 of his points in the final 8:35 despite picking up his third foul at 7:48 and his fourth at 5:12. He made a big four-point play by hitting a 3-pointer at 8:35 on a pass from Mfon Udofia while getting fouled.

“I thought that, as a freshman, to have the confidence to take that shot and knock that down, he showed a lot,” Gregory said. “He had not played well up to that point.”

Georges-Hunt was going up with it as soon as Udofia sent the ball his way.

“I was telling myself I had to knock it down,” he said.

Carter played the best game of his young career, scoring a team-high 19 points on 12 shots to go with nine rebounds and a pair of steals. In a 72-second span, Carter tied the score at 62 with a free throw, put Tech ahead 64-62 on a putback of a Brandon Reed miss and then pushed the lead to 66-62 with a dunk on a fast break after Georges-Hunt threw the all ahead after a steal by Reed.

“I’ve just got to continue to work,” Carter said. “A good week of practice, just continue to work. I know I’m a good player, so it’s going to come.”

For the fifth consecutive game, Tech was outrebounded. The Jackets are 3-2 in those games. In the first half, UNC Wilmington outrebounded Tech 20-13, including seven offensive rebounds of its 16 missed field-goal attempts in the first half.

“Sometimes you emphasize stuff and you talk about it,” Gregory said. “Now we’ve got to go out there and do it.”

With final exam week coming up, Tech will not play until Dec. 17, against Alabama State at McCamish.

The announced attendance was 5,982.

Ken Sugiura, Georgia Tech blog

73 comments Add your comment

Unbiased Sometimes

December 8th, 2012
10:12 pm

A win is a win. Good job fellas.

Get Real

December 8th, 2012
10:18 pm

It was not pretty as we went to sleep several times and then started missing free throws; I actually had a Hewitt flashback. We did finish strong when it counted; an ugly win is much better than an ugly loss…

GT in CT

December 8th, 2012
10:27 pm

Ken, do we know if BG ever gets furious at the team? He seems pretty controlled. But it seems to me that Izzo can do his share of screaming. Just wondering.

Paul in NH

December 8th, 2012
10:33 pm

How often does GT play one of their better b’ball games heading into exam week? 50% of the time?

5150 UOAD

December 8th, 2012
10:49 pm

It was nice to see them buckle down when they lost the lead to comeback and get the win.

The Necromancer

December 8th, 2012
11:28 pm

It is always a good thing to get a little scare in you and then pull through at the end. I would be more worried if Tech got a little scare in them and then tucked their stinger between their legs and lost.

Biff Pocoroba

December 8th, 2012
11:42 pm

Good to see Carter only shoot one 3 pointer tonight. Once he realizes he isn’t a shooting guard and plays inside, he will be a much better player as he began to show tonight.

Flowery Branch Yellow Jacket

December 9th, 2012
1:20 am

I think this team will be pretty good this year, probably surprising a lot of people. But despite the loss of Udofia, I think they’ll be far better next year. I love the way the freshmen are playing, and as they get more comfortable with each other and get more game experience, I believe they will not only do well in the conference, but will also be able to make a deep run in the NCAA tournament. I just hope they all stick around for a few years!


December 9th, 2012
2:33 am

I have only watched a few minutes of GT bball so far this year. Just watched the first half of the game tonight. Some thoughts: Carter has the chance to be a really special player. He exhibits all of the physical skills that one sees in truly athletic big men. He still needs plenty of seasoning to learn how to play down low consistently. He also needs to learn how to be a very good passer. But he is silky smooth for someone so big. As he puts on more weight, he’ll need to learn how to use his strength in the post, but he is so young, there is plenty of time to learn, especially if he chooses to stay for 2, 3, or 4 years. Carter looks like he has NBA level athleticism and he already has a lot of skill, he just needs to hone these skills and become a really patient player. He’ll make it in the NBA as an inside PF if he focuses on learning the nuances of the game. Miller and Holsey are pretty much what they are, specifically physically. Holsey still needs to keep learning on the offensive end. Miller is what he is and he may get a chance in the NBA as he keeps developing strength. Is it just me, or has Royal grown 2-3″ since last year? He’s taller than Holsey, when did that happen? Was he this big last year?(ed note – no. I looked at the team pic from last year) He played like a thick 6′5″ swing player last year, but he looks almost too big for that now. His development could lead to a big diversification of his game. Morris’ athleticism seems to have been fully turned loose this year. His FR year, he was a purely outside player, and last year, he seemed to be tentative, but there were flashes of his athleticism. This year, from what I’ve seen, he’s letting it all out, and I’d like to see him get more time. It feels like Udofia’s 6th year, but since it’s only his 4th, I’m satisfied with what he is. In a way, he’s underperformed compared to his recruiting ranking, but he’s a solid player who plays hard on defense. The rest of the team needs to be faster with their rotations on D. Bolden looks like he’s going to be solid for his career at Tech. Hunt hasn’t done much in the time that I’ve watched, but he is big and athletic, so I need to watch more to get a good opinion on him. He actually looks kind of like Royal looked last year. This is a pretty deep team, and there are upperclassmen leaders. If this team plays to their potential, they should be pushing for a tourney spot. Go .500 in conference, and that should almost be guaranteed. Some other thoughts: I like the new arena on tv. I like the shaded letters/numbers on the jerseys. It’s got a throwback look to it. Looking forward to watching the team the rest of this season.


December 9th, 2012
4:41 am

Watched the Uga game. Carter definitely needs to play inside. No more outside shots, especially no more 3s. But he is such a baby physically. His body has so much more growth to go. In 2-3 years, Carter will be unrecognizable compared to where he is today(assuming he listens to his coaches). I don’t know why Pierre Jordan gets any burn. He is useless. He is too small and has no singular skill to make him worthwhile to any ACC team. I’m sure he’d destroy me 1 on 1, but I’m not an ACC bball player. To the Uga fans that said GT only won because of their 3 pt shots: You are wrong. Kara Lawson, the color commentator for the game, was wrong. Pierre Jordan played 8 minutes. I don’t know what his +/- was, but I bet it was terrible. My opinion of KCP: He is a Euroleague player. He had the one block on D…it was on Pierre Jordan. Other than that, KCP did nothing on D that I saw. He was lazy on his rotations and did not force anything on D. My best guess is that he’ll go to the Euroleague and score 15 pts/gm and play no D, just like he is doing in college. So he’s not a bad player, but he’s not an NBA player. I still come back to Robert Carter. He is the real deal. But look at him, he is a baby. He has the look of someone who won’t be fully grown for another 3-5 years. It’s too bad that he isn’t 7 ft tall. His destiny is power forward in the NBA. And his skill set and body shape is best suited for a power game. If he was 7 ft tall, he would remind me of an LSU era Shaq. And that’s why he needs to stop trying to take 3s. His best skills are in the post. He’s going to bulk up as he ages. He needs to learn how to dominate inside because his athletic ability will take him to the top ranks of college, even if he’s not the tallest guy. And when he gets some size, his athletic ability will make him a really good power forward in the NBA. I can’t say enough about Carter. In 95% of GT’s games this year, Carter will have the most NBA upside of any player on the court. He’s just a young 18 years old, and he needs time to grow and learn before he can take it to the NBA and be very good.


December 9th, 2012
7:15 am

BW, you need to watch a little more tape. Hunt has been the most impressive of the freshmen and has carried this team at times. Heck of a player. Also, Jordan is playing because CBG’s back-up point(Heyward) went down over the summer with a knee injury. Not a whole lot of options there this year.

CBG, “We lose this game last year”. Sure we do, he was playing without this class of super freshmen and trying to work with Hewitt’s left over mess and a head case in Rice. Man I’m glad those days are behind us.

dry dirt road

December 9th, 2012
7:22 am

I only watched the first half, crashing after that. What I noticed that was costing Tech were the hook shots Miller was trying. He tried three, and missed. What UNCW did was make a basket after those misses. It just underscores the importance of a center making baskets and not missing, b/c you’ll get burned on the other end of the court maybe, and if you do, that is a psychological setback as well. I recall Salley shooting baskets right under the basket alot, dunks and stuff. Unless Tech centers are a Rich Yunkus-type center who can shoot from a distance, they need to be under the basket, not violate the three second rule, and receive not only passes, but also rebounds on the other end of the court. Miller needs to do this immediately. He is no Abdul Jabar who had a patented sky hook.


December 9th, 2012
7:58 am

I see there are not mutts on here shooting their mouths off. Wonder why?

The Good Word

December 9th, 2012
8:22 am

Out of the BCS, beaten by GT in BBall. They are offline licking their wounds.

The Seachickens played a decent game. I’ll give them some credit. Tech needs to get better every game.


December 9th, 2012
8:25 am

Pierre Jordan plays as hard a he can. His reason for being here? To me it was he works hard and is a team player. He will try and execute what the coach tells him…..oh and his dad coached the pooles in hs and you will see then starting with the next game ( well Stacey) Solomon I keep hearing these rumors he’s coming early. Whenever he comes we will welcome the #14 guy of the 2013 class!


December 9th, 2012
8:32 am

Georges hunt and carter what early season contribution they are making. I hope they stay for a while. imagine if crittenton had stayed. He would be playing good ball and not about to go to prison for life or the good part of it. Can’t blame favors and young for leaving. Both averaged 10 ptsa game by the end of rookie year. Carter contributing more y than favors did early. But favors was a beat sometimes by the end of the season.

TechApp fan

December 9th, 2012
8:36 am

agree about the “hook” shot/miss…not a pretty thing.

Royal…does he shoot enough? Does he move enough?

Hunt got hot at the right time. Glad to see the comeback.


December 9th, 2012
8:41 am

They would have lost this game the last half dozen years. The coach that gets his players to show up in any college sport has an advantage but basketball seems to lead the way. That is the problem I have with Richt in football his players think this is for their personal enjoyment and play for themselves. Hewitt had the same thing going on, Gregory gets it.

Jacket Detective

December 9th, 2012
9:05 am

Georges-Hunt has impressed me the most of this very good freshman class.
Had Corey Heywood not gotten injured, perhaps we would be having a Tevin Washington/Vad Lee type debate all year over who should start.
With the incoming freshman out for the year, aren’t we all glad we have the gritty senior to produce the game-sealing shot vs Uga.
I did not see this game.
I had season tickets Hewitt’s last two years and there were some fun moments, believe it or not.
I did the Tulane/Uga package and probably will buy at least half the ACC package.
If the ticket office calls or I call them, I going to ask them to throw in these December games for free.
Can’t hurt to ask.
I’m glad Carter is starting to show what he can do.
Both Georges-Hunt and Bolden have made better first impressions.
Glad to hear Carter stepped up his play (a lot).
This is our best freshman class in years (even without Heyward).

How long will the honeymoon last...

December 9th, 2012
11:38 am

before people realize how bad a coach gregory is?

Supersize that order, mutt

December 9th, 2012
11:59 am

@ Jacket Detective…….good luck on getting anything free out of Tech

Supersize that order, mutt

December 9th, 2012
12:00 pm

@…..honeymoon…..are you stupid? Gregory may not prove to be a world-beater; we won’t know that for awhile yet, but he’s certainly doing all the right things right now, and there’s no reason to say he’s not a good coach.

No reason? All the right things?

December 9th, 2012
12:53 pm

The hell are you smoking? Dayton fans were glad to see him go. Last year we were garbage and had a horrendous offense. This year is little different and we’ll miss the post season despite an extremely weak schedule. We lack an outside shooter and he couldn’t keep Oliver. He had problems with a head case in Rice and went out and signed another one in Solomon Poole. Speaking of recruiting, our two best recruits have both been two for one deals. That;s not good recruiting. The development of talent has been weak. Morris and Royal are non factors, and Miller is soft. And to top it all off, we’re a team that prioritizes rebounding, who consistently gets out rebounded. It is obvious Gregory is in over his head, but the delusion here will keep people from seeing it for another two or so years.

Tokyo jacket

December 9th, 2012
1:31 pm

@honeymoon – did CBG not pick you for kickball in elementary school or something? I don’t think we’ve seen near enough to say anything you said. So far, his kids generally play hard and we’ve gotten a couple of good recruits. To me, that means things are going in the right direction. If we can avoid one and dones, we’ll be in great shape.


December 9th, 2012
1:55 pm

Upset??? In this day and time of truly “on any given day,,,,”, could you realistically call this an upset had it happened? I think not. What the GT community should be grateful for, is the fact the team had enough in it to reach down and overcome shortcomings on this night. It’s time the fans and media understand what the players and coaches experience — sometimes, hardships will present issues and it is how you accept and deal with those issues that counts in overcoming them.

Great response, on this night, Team! Enjoy it, let it sink in, and look forward to next gme upcoming.


December 9th, 2012
2:03 pm

Great job Coach Gregory and Team..

Not seen enough?

December 9th, 2012
2:10 pm

Of course not. You see what you want to see. If Hewitt were still coach and we had the exact same results people would be hellfire and brimstone. Instead, it’s a new coach and people overlook the lack of an offense, poor rebounding, poor player development, and the other problems that we have. We’re not going in the right direction. We’re treading water at the bottom of the ACC.

Supersize that order, mutt

December 9th, 2012
2:32 pm

7 games into the season and you’re talking about player development??? Like Tokyo said, we haven’t seen enough yet to come to any of the conclusions that you claim. But if you do want to talk about player development, then all you have to do is look at Udofia. He played better against UGA, even injured, than he has since he was signed. Every area of the game is better this year than it was last year, and, unlike Hewitt’s last couple of years, the players know how to inbound the ball. As far as the lack of an outside shooter which you mentioned, we sure as hell got a ton of 3’s against the mutts.

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Biff Pocoroba

December 9th, 2012
4:13 pm

Looks like Hewitt fan is back. He misses his hero Hewitt giving him and his AAU criminal buddies free tickets so great students like Javaris can come and hold the school hostage with tons of demands. Yes, Gregory didn’t keep Brian Oliver. That is too bad since he is making 32% of his shots at Seton Hall so far. We could use a great shooter like that this year. Hewitt has lost to Bucknell and barely beat Mercer this year. He hasn’t been able to recruit any of Hewitt fan’s AAU buddies to come be a one and done yet so Hewitt fan isn’t getting paid so he just has to come here and pout. Maybe Mark Fox will get him a job since he seems to need some players there.


December 9th, 2012
4:19 pm

Me thinks “hewitt fan” changed his handle.


December 9th, 2012
4:22 pm

Sorry Biff, didn’t refresh soon enough to see your comment. CBG is doing a solid job. He had quite a mess to dig out of. So far, so good.

Supersize that order, mutt

December 9th, 2012
4:27 pm

@ Biff and TML……I think you both nailed it. Those were my thoughts too.


December 9th, 2012
4:29 pm

Too many close ones imho. Still thinking about all the Dayton people that came on the blog and THANKED us for taking CBG off their hands. Only time will tell, but we tend to start fast and fade at the end of games…….hope this isnt a permanent trend under this new coaching philosophy.

Supersize that order, mutt

December 9th, 2012
4:48 pm

Iluvnutella…..I had the same thoughts about finishing the games, as in Illinois and UGA, but the fact that we were able to come back last night and win at the end may signal a change there.

Hewitt fan?

December 9th, 2012
5:00 pm

That schmuck, Hewitt, deserved to go. The sad thing is that he was better than Gregory. You mention him barely beating mercer. Do you remember the last time GT played mercer?

What’s this 7 games into the seasons stuff? Isn’t this Gregory’s second year and yet Royal and Morris haven’t developed a bit. Miller is still pathetic on the offensive end, and his feather in the cap, Udofia is a senior PG averaging a little over 3 assists a game to 2 turn overs. Hell last year, the last game of the season we scored 36 total points. How’s that for development. As far as shooting goes, the UGA game was an outlier, with GT being in the 290s in terms of percentage on the season. Maybe Oliver wouldn’t have helped but the fact that he couldn’t be kept when he was our best three point option is telling. Oh, and somehow the shooter we brought in, Bolden, along with Morris who shot 40% as a freshman, are both sub-.300 shooters now.

But no, keep telling yourself it’s too early to tell. Dude is a dud and we’ll be looking for a new coach in 3 years.


December 9th, 2012
5:11 pm

Whoa, Whoa…Hewitt fan. Get your meds adjusted…quick, very quick. Might be looking in 3 years, but this is better than we were 2 years ago.

Supersize that order, mutt

December 9th, 2012
5:31 pm

Morris hasn’t developed??? You ARE a damn fool

Supersize that order, mutt

December 9th, 2012
5:33 pm

You can’t argue with a fool. I think we’ve said enough; he’s not going to change his mind. So be it. NEXT !!!


December 9th, 2012
5:59 pm

Who cares what you think Hewitt fan….get behind the team and support the school. I’m sick and tired of fans like you. We are better off without you. CPJ and CBG deserve better, please just shut…the…f….up.

Veteran Fan

December 9th, 2012
6:12 pm

Are you kidding me! This coach and this team are special! This was a trap game and they had the toughness to come back and pull it out! First, so the coach can’t develop players, well Miller is twice the player he was under Hewitt and Udofia is as tough as any point in the country! As a grad and season ticket holder, Coach Gregory has my full support and I love his emphasis on defense! If we continue to play with energy and fire in our bellys and we can avoid injuries to Udofia and Miller we will earn a decent seed in the ACC tourney and hence an NCAA tourney invitation. Other than Indiana and Duke, I believe we can beat anyone in the country. Go Jackets!

Thomas Brown

December 9th, 2012
6:27 pm

I see Georgia Tech assistant basketball coach Josh Postorino was arrested for DUI in Jacksonville Florida on a recruiting trip for a basketball team who is already on NCAA Probation 2012 for cheating in recruiting.

You really live it up, take the prospect out in Jacksonville, and go get drunk. Then, drive around downtown Jacksonville Florida drunk and get arrested. Nice coaching staff there Georgia Tech men’s basketball coach, Brian Gregory.

Georgia Tech, as per usual for them, tried to cover it all up; and, then refused any comment when it became public knowledge last night. He will not be on the bench for the Georgia Tech UNC Wilmington men’s basketball game Saturday, Georgia Tech reported, for personal reasons. Uh no, it’s for very public reasons.

Big Ol Stinger

December 9th, 2012
6:33 pm

Roll Tide!!!

Kathryn roberts

December 9th, 2012
7:01 pm

I believe it! Right when everything was coming up roses for tech. Almost a winning season in football, AD hightailing it out of town and now a DUI. This can’t be.

dry drt road

December 9th, 2012
7:04 pm

ajc didn’t allow my comment about the Jacksonville likker scene just then, I guess too graphic for hs youngsters, but I participated in the scene in early 70’s for a little while; I just wanted to describe how it was then, maybe it still is the same

Kathryn roberts

December 9th, 2012
7:11 pm

The best thing about the new basketball arena is that it only holds 8300 and it looks like tech actual has a fan base and not a bunch of bitter weirdoes that have never been a date before


December 9th, 2012
7:23 pm

Hi there Ken Sugiura, I must say you pretty much had to report the DUI information of the Tech Assistant coach because you treat/report Tech really well and that is important information people need to know, its just too bad that bad news follows good news, but keep on reporting I for one am glad you’re doing a great job.

Paul in NH

December 9th, 2012
8:01 pm

GT is 6-2 with their only losses being on the road to a currently unbeaten #14 ranked Illinois team and in LA to a once beaten Cal and we have people saying there is no improvement over Hewitt?

Thomas Brown

December 9th, 2012
8:20 pm

Bad news follows the good news ?

:( There is nothing but bad news for Georgia Tech.

:( # 36 university in the nation – go brag about that

:( Athletics Director quits Georgia Tech for Clemson

:( NCAA Probation 2012 in Football

:( NCAA Probation 2012 in Men’s Basketball

:( Lost to Mark Richt for the 11th time in 12 games

:( Went to ACC Championship Game after both FSU and Georgia Tech lost

:( Basketball assistant men’s coach arrested DUI – tried to cover that up

:( Oh, he’s out for personal reasons

:( uh, no it’s public reasons adding to the embarrassment

:( 6-7 in football and lost 7 bowl games in a row

:( Not won a Major Bowl Game starting 1957

:( Paul Johnson is 6-7 while Mark Richt is 11-2 and # 6 in the nation

:( Paul Johnson put Georgie tek on NCAA Probation 2012

:( Paul Johnson 45 % Federal Graduation Rate 2011-2012 Football

:( Paul Johnson has LOST EVERY bowl game at Georgie tek

:( Paul Johnson has not won a Major Bowl Game

:( Paul Johnson can’t get anyone to attend any game even UGA

:( Lost to middle tn college who the next week lost to La Monroe

:( Lost to 6-6 Virginia Tech

:( Lost to 5-Loss should’ve been 6-Loss Miami of Florida

:( Lost to Clempsum Farmers who’ve not beat team any top 25 poll

:( Lost to 5-Loss should’ve been 6-Loss Brigham Young University

:( Paul Johnson not won any ACC CHUMPionship

:( # 115 Passing Offense Georgie tek

:( # 77 Scoring Defense Georgie tek

:( # 67 Passing Defense Georgie tek

:( Georgie tek Linebacker Arrested in Athens partying

:( 62 % Win Percentage Paul Johnson at Georgie tek 75 % Mark Richt

:( # 52 Recruiting Class every year Paul Johnson # 7 Mark Richt

:( Where’s the good news ?

:( That you’re going to be 6-8 after you lose your 8th bowl game in a row ?

Supersize that order, mutt

December 9th, 2012
8:33 pm

@ Thomas Brown……you summary is so full of falsehoods that it would take all night to address them all. Get a life !!!