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unanimous decision

Swept out of the LVC semi’s,0-4, the Artemis AC team was sent packing today, wondering just what in the hell happened in to them in this series, and their entire AC program. Today, forced and unforced errors sealed Artemis’ day and ultimately, their fate. Major props have to be given to Luna Rossa, who really sailed a good series. As for Artemis?  When all said and done, there is really only one person responsible for the performance of the program: “CEO” Paul Cayard.

Pope Paul was a no show at the LVC press conference, a virtual no show during this entire beat down, and really, could not have been less impressive in nearly every way. From picking Juan K, to firing T Hutch, to dodging the the death of Bart Simpson, he has been a shallow and wooden anti-hero, looking and acting as if he wasn’t really there at all.  A performance so bad as to be almost unbelievable.  The team tried their best, but Cayard’s failures simply could not be overcome. How did he go out? Let Ice T tell it.

 

August 10th, 2013

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