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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Ed Nixon
Back on March 13, Virginia Commonwealth University's basketball team didn't gather to watch the NCAA tournament selection show.
Late Sunday night, Joey Rodriguez sat on a plane from Chicago to Richmond, Va. He couldn't sleep. Rapper Wiz Khalifa's anthem "The Race" pounded through his headphones. The song turned Rodriguez's thoughts from the win over Purdue that propelled Virginia Commonwealth University into the Sweet 16 to one choice that changed the course of his life.
"You never know," Nixon said. "He's done such a great job this year, that you just don't know. The whole chemistry of the team could be totally different."
"At the end of the day, he really didn't want to leave," Nixon said. "He was just upset about losing a close coach and not knowing what would come next. Everybody had thoughts of transferring. But our bond was really strong."