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Friday, November 8, 2013


(Gurubhaktulakonda Buddhist Monastery, Ramateertham, India)

Buddy Dooley weighs-in on his sudden interest in monastic living after last night's Oregon loss to Stanford.

Here, amid the ruins, Dooley might live a quiet, contemplative life free of the excesses of American football.

Avoiding the sporting appeal of cricket would be the subsequent challenge.


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