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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Owen Blye
Duke coach John Danowski couldn't explain it. Truth be told, his counterpart at Maryland, John Tillman, couldn't either.
The gloaming hadn't entirely settled in Saturday evening. It was coming, though, just as surely as the loss Maryland was undeniably flirting with while down three goals in the second half's initial stages.
The only Division I men's lacrosse programs inside the Beltway will meet for the 10th straight season Friday — and perhaps for the last time in a long while.
"A 6-3 deficit doesn't cause us to panic," Blye said. "In reality, I think we would pride ourselves on saying we would never panic."
"I can always remember coach saying it's never as good as it seems and it's never as bad as it seems," attackman Owen Blye said. "That's always in the back of our heads."