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    IMAG0566.jpg While the NBA lockout continues, Trick Shot Monday also faced a break from its regularly scheduled action. The timeout in the weekly YouTube tradition however, can only be blamed on an all-around poor shooting performance.

    After hearing the usual cheers from the players' lounge on Monday evening, I assumed someone had made the shot. But the yelling continued on and off for about fifteen minutes.

    The TSM "rule" states that no one eats dinner until someone makes a shot, but that philosophy only applies to the nine or 10 weekly trick shooters.

    Most of the players had finished dinner and were waiting to go to meetings. As a result, this week's Trick Shot Monday crew was the largest of the season.

    I went downstairs and Mike Golic Jr. yelled to me, "Josh, tell them we're not going to make it to dinner!"

    So, as to not stray from the golden trick shot rule, Mike, one of the TSM "Founding Fathers" was wiling to miss dinner. Remember, Mike is an offensive lineman. Offensive linemen like to eat.

    When I made my way upstairs, someone made the game-winning shot. The players checked in for training table, grabbed a quick dinner and got to their meetings on time. In their hurry however, the cameras were left behind.

    At any rate, the Boston College Week edition of Trick Shot Monday might as well be called Trick Shot Tuesday.

    One more thing - don't expect multiple angles this week. The Flip video cameras had about 30 minutes of battery left, but ran out of space before making the shot. Thanks to one player's cell phone, not all was lost.

    - Josh Flynt ('11)

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