Hot Pot Of Lax: Ned Crotty Meets Angry Tar Heel Fan

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Ned Crotty Duke University Lacrosse

Just another normal day at the Lacrosse.com offices. Ned Crotty was in town, so he stopped by for a tour. Little did he know he was about to get berated by a Tar Heel fan.

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