UNC Asheville Bulldogs vs Pittsburgh… can we do this? YES!

UNC Asheville may have a tough road ahead in the NCAA. We are in the middle of March Madness and so excited about the win last night over Arkansas. Of course our community and much of North Carolina is behind them 100%+, but I was amused by all of these people hating on our team. I used to say “it’s just a game” but it has become a whole lot more serious to me lately.  I don’t like the comments that are coming across Twitter. I hope they give Pittsburgh a beating!!! LOL.

@MeagsysMind says…
Congrats to UNC-Asheville for beatin another team I’ve never heard of. Your reward? Losing by 30 to a school you all wish you coulda gone to

@Randy_Chambers says…
Did I hear someone say on the TV that UNC-Asheville could give Pittsburgh problems? Lets get serious.

@bham2b0y5 says…
Congrats UNC-Asheville u earned the right to get stomped by Pittsburgh

@KLittle828 says…
UNC Asheville won 828!!! But Pitt about to WHOOP their ass

@kayakmb says…
Glad #UNCA won last night now for a tough game on thursday in #DC vs. #Pittsburgh !  #UNCA #Asheville #Bulldogs #NCAA

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@IamCEmery says…
I understand how UNC Asheville was excited to win..but #Cmon y’all bout to play Pitt…#ExcitedToLose lol

***I went ahead and threw in one of the shoutouts from our friend Roadhacker on Twitter…

@roadhacker says…
I’m all pumped up for the #NCAA St Patty’s Day Battle w/ #UNCA vs Pitt !! GO BULLDOGS !! #Asheville #AVL

GO BULLDOGS!!!

The Rush – new Asheville sports club

Two new sports clubs/complexes are open in Asheville as of November 1st, 2008. One on the corner of Haywood Rd & Patton Ave and the other on Hendersonville Rd. Word is that the one on Haywood Rd is just a spin-off to get members and then they will build a giant Asheville sports complex where the Bilo on Patton is now (just closed down). Ha, the economy is bad, but big companies (Rush has many locations nationwide) know that they better plant now to accommodate the inevitable growth that Asheville North Carolina will see in the next 36 months.