By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
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Davante Gardner and Jamal Ferguson are Tidewater natives who have relocated 750 miles northeast to help one of college basketball's top programs. They are proof that Marquette, a Jesuit school of 12,000 students in downtown Milwaukee, has made some recruiting inroads in the southeastern corner of the Commonwealth – not exactly a logical geographic match.
A lot of nicknames garner instant attention in college basketball. There's Coach K. Magic was in college before the NBA. Don't forget The General, the Vs, Dickie and Jimmy, and Pistol Pete.
Ferguson, a freshman from Maury High School in Norfolk, will impact the program more in future seasons, Wainwright said.
"There's nothing up there to do," he said of Milwaukee. "They've just got a lake with a beach, but it's too cold to go out there."