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#213019 - 10/29/13 05:38 AM What does today's qoute mean?
What does this quote mean here? What is it talking about?
I couldn't find the article online. Please help me.
"And a couple of smellfungus from the Official Paper ... carped that Issel chose to jump when the schedule reached its toughest stretch."
Paige Woody; Issel is the Wrong Scapegoat in Nuggets' Mess; Denver Post; Feb 13, 1995.
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