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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Taylor Reynolds
The pivotal juncture of Rick Sowell's first year as Navy's lacrosse coach didn't unfold in a game or at practice, and it wasn't a byproduct of any speech to his team.
"X's and O's, they're different," Reynolds said. "But what we're about is the same. It's all about toughness and scrappiness. It's what it's been about for a hundred and some years."
"His key phrase is 'Loser has dessert,' " senior attackman Taylor Reynolds said. "Basically, the loser has to run. That's every day in practice. It's always something to that extent. It's definitely been a little different."