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NCAA Season 85 Final Four Preview

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Thursday, 15 October 2009 3,902 Views / 117 Comments

This has been the longest NCAA Season ever.  The pretenders have been finally sifted out and all that remains are 4 worthy teams that are hopefully ready to make their push into the post season.

The San Beda Red Lions vs. The Letran Knights

Letran had the distinction of being the first team in the league to hand over San Sebastian’s first ever defeat in the elimination round.  But can they pull off another tour de force against the heavily favored San Beda?  Coach Louie Alas has seen and been in this situation countless times, I’m sure he’ll think of some gimmicks to slow down the rampaging Red Lions in their quest for a 4th straight finals appearance.

With the loss of Rey Guevarra (averaging 15.7 points per game)  to an ACL injury that he suffered during their 2nd round encounter against the Red Lions, Coach Louie Alas will have to find a way to maximize his line up especially on the defensive end.

Letran’s leading scorer, RJ Jazul (avereging 17 points per game), rather than come off the bench, would have ride the starting line up once again.  Hopefully up for the challenge is rookie Kevin Alas, who would probably start at the point guard position to give the Knights another scorer in the backcourt.  Kristoffer Alas, Jam Cortes and Jaypee Belencion would have to step up to fill up the void left by their injured colleague and this include veterans Reymar Gutilban and John Foronda, each and everyone of them must do their share to stop the bleeding if they want to make a dent in San Beda’s 4th straight title hopes.

The Red Lions however are coming off a back to back encounter (for that twice to beat berth and 1st place in the standings) with then league leader, San Sebastian and San Beda might be under the weather at some point but Coach Frankie Lim’s team has remained positive and resilient all throughout the series, so little doubt remains if the Red Lions would falter now that the 4th trip to the finals is knocking at the front door.

With Jay-R Taganas temporarily out of the line up, their recent experience against the Golden Stags has somehow led Coach Frankie Lim to discover  other options and tweaks to his current line up, and this will be very useful if the Red Lions would want to end this series as soon as possible.

Borgie Hermida, Garvo Lanete, Bam Gamalinda, Jake Pascual, and Dave Marcelo will perhaps form the core of Coach Lim’s starting five.  Sudan Daniel, impact player Rome de la Rosa, reliable back up playmaker, Anjo Caram, and JR Tecson form the most lethal bench in the league.

My take: San Beda will go to the finals for the 4th straight time.

The San Sebastian Golden Stags vs. the Jose Rizal Heavy Bombers

San Sebastian has won both elimination round encounters but had lost three games deep in the 2nd round that led many to believe that the Golden Stags have peaked too soon.  JRU, however, have cooled down a little bit in that 2nd round loss to San Sebastian, so this will be an interesting rematch as soon as this series takes off.

With the probable suspension of Jimbo Aquino in Game 1 due to his altercation during a playoff game with San Beda, the Golden Stags will be without their leading scorer, MVP candidate and team leader  when they face a solid line up such as the Heavy Bombers.

Coach Ato Agustin has found an unlikely soldier willing to carry the torch in times of chaos is Calvin Abueva.  Abueva proved to be a menace in both games against the Red Lions, with a 12 rebound average on both occasions to complement his hustle on both ends of the floor.

Ian Sangalang, Gilbert Bulawan, Dave Najorda and Ronald Pascual are one of the most skillful forwards in the league. They are versatile and cunning, a luxury that Coach Agustin has in his arsenal.

The Golden Stags frontline will be complimented by a dangerous backcourt crew of Pamboy Raymundo, Raymond Maconocido, Jonathan Semira, and Anthony del Rio majority of whom has the outside touch to clear the floor for  their frontline to operate.

Earlier in the season, I have predicted that JRU will capture the Season 85 trophy.  My basis was a healthy Etame Joe and the Season 84 version of James Sena surrounded by a solid corps of veterans and rookies.  So far, we have seen remnants of the Season 84 version of the Heavy Bombers in some parts in high gear with Joe finally seeing extensive action against San Sebastian in the 2nd round.

Leading MVP candidate John Wilson, Marc Cagoco, Nchotu Njei and Marvin Hayes have to bring their A-game if they want to make up for their faux pas against the Golden Stags.  The rising contribution of John Agas and John Lopez will surely help the Heavy Bombers’ cause if they want to match the depth and energy of the Golden Stags.

My Take:  San Sebastian in 2.


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Mike is a former NCAA Game analyst under Studio 23. He was also a former Game Analyst for the 2005 Collegiate Champions League (CCL), 2008 Philippine Collegiate Championships (PCC), 2005 and 2006 National Basketball Conference (NBC) and 2005 Global Destiny Basketball League (GBDL). Started writing about College Basketball with uaapgames.com. Follow me on Twitter: michaelabasolo

117 Comments

  • More Money... Pacquiao says:

    @ xxxxx,
    I totally agree that PLM or Pamantasan Lungsod ng Manila is one of the best Universities in the Country. I know a couple of people from there and boy, not only are they smart, honorable too.

  • East side says:

    @More Money… Pacquiao
    @Six Pocket
    @Bedista ’08

    It is quite sad to accept the fact that UAAP gets all the benefits from former NCAA high shool standouts. True it is that the UAAP schools offers wide variety of opportunities/chances in becoming a sure shot basketball professionals. Its not that NCAA shools have inferior basketball programs but admit it, the other league gives more exposure and fame. When you look at all basketball greats, they are former NCAA HS players who are known from which UAAP school they graduated. If San Beda moves to UAAP,(which I guess for now they are the only one capable of becoming a UAAP member)imagine how many Red Cubs will choose to stay and bring championship to San Beda in the UAAP league. The pumarens, Ritualo, Tenorio, Casio, Lee, Salamat (Although they came from Baste), Martinez and the list goes on…

  • East side says:

    @Crystal Maiden : it’s because they are still under NCAA. Like what I’ve mentioned above, UAAP gives more exposure and fame and better basketball programs. These universities are supported by the most influential alumnis of the country and is always, the basis of the drafting PBA teams. MVP of Ateneo, Lucio Tan of UE, Henry Sy of NU (Well, they are just starting restructuring their basketball program)Gokongwei/Yuchengco of La Salle and of course prominent public figures of UP, UST and the rest.

    Kaya wag tayo magtaka kung bakit lahat ng red cubs napupunta sa UAAP. Imagine kung sina ritualo, casio, tenorio nasa San Beda? that will definitely bring numerous championships and fame to San Beda and NCAA

  • West side says:

    @east side

    I could assure you that it is not only the brand of the league which makes them transfer to the UAAP. UAAP just gets more publicity.

    It’s really more of the school’s brands. Brands which are built through excellence in sports, education, and successful alumni. Try researching where the top four schools are. That would be an easy explanation. My point is, these kids want to be developed more than just basketball. Simple right?

  • West side says:

    And UAAP gets more publicity because of the schools. So don’t even bet that High School players will prefer san beda if it transfers to the UAAP when it comes to branding.

  • beda_boy says:

    @dondi
    @muralla kid

    mga frends ko mga nag aaral sa letran, pumapasa ng puro dota. iskul bukol. yun ba quality education? and regarding sa nag rereklamo kay ekwe and sudan, so what kung may import kami? bawal ba? edi kumuha din kayo. e ano kung hindi kmi all-filipino? kung pinag yayabang nyo all filipino nyo edi sa PBA Philippine cup kayo sumali dba. kung bawal naman import hindi naman kmi kukuha. dun kayo sa police station mag reklamo wag d2 sa inboundpass kasi wala naman magagawa yan. haha.. mga tropa kong tga letran galit na galit kay ssuuupppeerrmaan!! pero pag nag ddunk napapa palakpak. =)

  • vic.cabrera says:

    @mike a.

    bakit bigla ka may bago sinulat? tingin mo ba kaya mo tapatan hits ni TGM?

  • Animo! Mike Abasolo! says:

    @vic,
    For me, Mike is the kind who will not write just to make big issues and get big hits. Bedista yan tol, marangal, he pledged to keep his alma mater’s name untarnished. wag mo itulad sa iba! haha

  • Red Hooligan says:

    The Badolato curse: Sobrang galing niya umispat at dumevelop ng talent but there’s only one SBC seniors team. Sa tingin nyo ba under the current management papakawalan pa sina Amer Baser at Gotladera among others? NOT!

    But sadly last season na ni Ato. Sa tagal nya sa juniors program (sama mo na ang PAYA midgets) pati tatay (o lolo ata) ni Gotladera naglaro sa midgets team ni Ato sabi ni Pato Gregorio!

  • East side says:

    @West side : I concur

    Make sense in raising that point. The branding thing classifies the “elites”. Lastly, what even makes UAAP great as advertised is the rivalry that DLSU and Ateneo created. I don’t think the other league can create something parallel to that.

  • North side says:

    @ East side and West side: Isa lang ibig sabihin nyan — Isang Balbakwang liga ang NCAA! kumbaga sa SMART Gilas, sila yung mga PAKITANG GILAS teams! LOL

  • Observer says:

    The stark reality of things is that if one wants to pursue a PBA career (like who doesn’t?) the chances of making that happen is higher if you play in the UAAP rather than in the NCAA. but just to be clear, that has nothing to do with which league has the better player or program, the fact that there is an interdependence between both leagues just goes to show that the talent level is practically the same, the difference comes in the form of “popularity”.

    sure, many will probably say “eh hype lang iyan eh”, not necessarily true, with its huge crowds and media mileage the UAAP affords players with intangibles (e.g., developing one’s poise, composure, etc.) considering that they get to play in front of thousands live and millions watching at home.

    additionally, bad as this may sound but in philippine society, the public wants to be where the elite are. with ateneo and lasalle as its members its a no brainer why the UAAP is so popular, morever, if you look at the people “around” the UAAP – from broadcasters to color commentators to producers, etc., guess which schools most of them came from? in a way, wherever ateneo and lasalle are these schools tend to make “that” their own private playground so to speak.

    this is certainly not to disrespect the NCAA schools, but in today’s world perception is everything and obviously its the UAAP who is doing the better job, thanks to the atenean and lasallite backed publicists and sponsors, who are doing a great job in ensuring that their league remains to be the top of mind collegiate league in this part of the globe.

  • RED_CUB_POINT says:

    @Mga Inutil

    This is an interesting subject. But I submit to you that it really is not about the school. Its at the simplest basic unit of governance, the family. Our trouble begins when we believe that its the educational system sole responsibility to form values that will produce the character needed for ones future station in life. Nothing can be farther than the truth. The parents and the school partner to bring to fore the level of knowledge and wisdom to a competitive level but its the parents sole responsibility to shape and define the moral, spiritual and physical destiny of the child, its incumbent upon them. That’s their God given anointing.

    What happens is we have very educated, crafty but ill meaning leaders who want to be served rather than serve. That is abuse and why? Because he was not taught that at home where it mattered. What happens is that we need to have so much level of authority because we need someone to rule over us because we cannot follow a simple stop light, that is integrity ang self governance. We then need a policeman at the corner to stop us, but then this policeman needs another level of authority to check on him so that he does not abuse his authority. And the layers go up and there you have a system.

    Internal self-governance is what is needed and not more government, and its made and developed in the home. Thus, when training in the home is established, the child will go out and not believe that the world owes or revolves around him but rather believe as to what he can do to make a difference for our nation. So, in your frustration about the “system”, I suggest you work hard, and even harder than everyone else to shine for yourself and honor God and your parents. And that’s how you get past the system. Today, more than ever we need leaders who will make a difference for our nation, as you yourself contribute to nation building.

    Now to basketball, Animo Quatro!

  • East side says:

    @Observer : thanks for better explain it. well said compadre :)

  • East side says:

    @ mga inutil: Yes it’s a different scenario after school so i support your insights. Job requirements doesn’t anchor on what school you came from. Job fit is determined by the skills you acquired as you progress with whatever chosen career but you always have to remember that in our education system, not all colleges have equal competency. There is a advantage if you had the opportunity to study in an institution with a competent program. Well, i didn’t came from the big 4 but i worked my way to the top. I’m now a manager and i handle newbies coming from the big 4 schools but we don’t talk about school background. It all depends on how you nurture and hone the skills you have…

    Everyone will believe that no one can enter the big four if they dont have the brains. Making connections is, in fact, a logical strategy. And this is what separates average thinking graduates to intelligent ones. However; what comes around goes around. Companies even choose those who are not from the big 4 because they tend to shake attritions in the company. Meaning, they want to immediately be on top that’s why they are very selective of the jobs. I rather choose someone who stays loyal and learns everything as he goes along

    I know in the end, those who strive will reap what they’ve worked hard as compared to those who skip their way by cutting edges in the process

  • kots says:

    hirap ang beda sa man to man defense ng letran.

  • Messie says:

    Aray, that just means na nacheck ni Coach Alas iyung bagong plays ng Beda, and alam na niyang di na mag hihigh post plays ang Beda. Sana makagawa ng adjustments si Coach Lim during the half time break..

  • Observer says:

    what a game, congratulations to san beda for making its fourth straight championship appearance, kudos to letran as well for an incredible game, kevin alas and rj jazul just ran out of gas in the final seconds but the knights really took it to the lions.

    interestingly two rookies shone the brightest in the this final four game, kevin alas of letran with his outside sniping and san beda’s gem of a recruit in rome dela rosa.

    dela rosa’s and 1 plays late in the fourth allowed the red lions some breathing space and that proved to be the turning point of the game. i really like this kid, he plays hard but not dirty and always has poise, he doesn’t force things and waits for the game to come to him, he picks his opportunities. at first i was doubtful if he can contribute immediately since he really looks too “country club” to me, he doesn’t have that “angas” which one needs when playing college ball here in our shores.

    as for kevin alas, man this kid is outright lethal, hie was unconscious with his 3 pointers today as letran practically lived and died with the three, too bad he missed a crucial one at the end. the only thing i hope this kid will fix is his tendency to play dirty, he gave up another unecessary hard foul at the end of the game.

    82-76 the final score of a game worthy of being a real final four quality match.

  • Red Hooligan says:

    Ibalik ang mga little Indian boys! No offense girsl but they have been with us since I was in short pants noong payatot pa sila.

    Kumusta Observer!

  • Deep Blue says:

    Nice forecast Mike. You’ve got 67% of it correct as of now. Let’s see on Monday if you can get it at 100% with a Baste victory : )

  • kots says:

    long rest para sa bedans, talo kasi baste ng jru …

  • Mang Roger says:

    @Red Hooligan, uunga!

  • RED&WHITE82 says:

    Congratulations Red Lions! Well done for your 4th straight Finals appearance. Its good that you have will have a rest before that heavy duty last push.

    Rome surely is peaking at the right time and he leads the team to have that intensity. Great for a rookie to have a Finals appearance. Overall, I believe we can minimize the volume of turnovers and its good that the free throws are far better today. Keep working on it Frankie! Congratulations Frankie and Mike Adavni!

    It seemed that Baste is already tired from four major high intensity games. It surely takes a toll. Just focus on the game on Monday, your just a win away from the Finals! Bravo Baste!

    I also knew that JRU’s Finals appearance will manifest at the end games, and it has paid off.

    Now, JRU is courting destiny once more, Mabuhay Rizal!

    @Observer

    I know that the Knights almost tripped the Red Lions but they certainly they had trouble penetrating the painted area. What happened?

    The defense speaks volumes for San Beda. However, Letran had its breaks from beyond the arc and if those treys didn’t drop, they would be losing by a larger margin. But we all know they were also the underdogs. Arriba Letran for a well fought battle. Set your sights to next year.

    Question is, will Coach Alas still be in the picture?

    Animo Quatro!!!

  • ian-ian says:

    …we lost d game…but still we know nd still believing dat STAGS will makeit 2 d finalz…

    …SSC-R…stags…rest lng kau…itz been a heavy week 4 us….kya ntin 2…kya nioyan…we knowit..

    …wlalng tlaga c kua JIMBO but still lumaban parin cla pamboi,del rio,bulawan,abueva nd ung ibang players…

    …nice play gatchalian nd pascual….i hope wag ng kbhan c Sanggalang s nxt game pra nice n laro nia…

    …KEEP FIGHTING STAGS…

    …goodluck dn s mga STAGLETS…kya nio yn..

    …TOGETHER WE FALL…TOGETHER WE RISE…

    …C u s fnalz…we can do this…!!!

    …BRAVO BASTE…

    …we will alwayz b right by ur side players…

    _proud 2 b_
    …SEA BUS TEE KNOW_
    …I SWEAT RED ND GOLD…

  • @ian ian says:

    PROUD BA KAMO??

    EH HINDI PA NAG FINAL BUZZER KANINA NAG UWIAN N YUNG MGA ESTUDYANTE…TAMA BA GANUN ANG TREATMENT SA TEAM NIYO PAG NATATALO??

  • >vurnn17 says:

    Kumpara nyo nman sa ibang team ang mga pinagdaanan ng mga Galden Stags this week puro game mlamang tao cla napapagod… at yung mga naninira sa SSC-R bgo po tyo mnira ng skul or ng team tignan po ntin muna kung walng gingwang mali ang mga team at skul ntin…

    GOLDEN STAGS laban tyo wag tyo magpa api sa mga tao ito tama lng ginagawa ntin, ang maglaro ng malinis…

    Mga sebastino mag tiwala tyo sa team ntin kya nila 2 kya ntin 2… LABAN SSC-R!!!

    BRAVO BASTE!!!

  • infamous_bedan says:

    the Stags are 1 and done on monday,, you guys were on top now you guys R done,
    eliminations lang kayo when it comes to winning, but when the games matter most you guys SUCKKKKKKK

    ANIMO

  • SAN SEBASTIAN CHOKES IN THE END says:

    well that’s the spirit of the san sebastian stags..

    KAPAG TALO NA.. UWIAN NA… HINDI MAN LANG KUMANTA NG SCHOOL HYMN..

    NAKAKAHIYA NAMAN DUN SA MGA NAGPAGOD NA PLAYERS…

    INIIWAN SA ERE…

  • ian-ian says:

    …yhup aminado kmi dun…some of them umalis ng mtatalo n…nd sorry 4 that…but still deepinside our heartz…cnusuporthan nmin cla…

    …maybe eachof themhad their own reasons kung bkit cla umalis…

    …ndi man kmi ang players n hurt kmi s gnawa ng co-sebastinian q…

    …but still we know n until d end they will keep on supportng 2 them..

    …mayb they were juz tired likeour players…we almost had 3 consecutive game kya…

    …in behalf of them…we’r sorry 4 that bad behavior…

    …2 ol SEBASTINIAN…i hope n s mga comment n 2 mtauhan kau…akala 2loi nla d tau proud s pagka SEBASTINO ntin…TOGETHER WE FALL…TOGETHER WE RISE nga dba…i hope u do ur part nman…let’s b proud winor loose still we choose SSC-R ryt…

    …bravo BASTE..

  • Mike Abasolo says:

    Hi Calvo,

    Hope you are also buying Rebound Magazine. When Rebound came out on July 09 and declared in my prediction that JRU will win it all, Yes you are correct that during the preseason he was not injured yet and we were assuming also that Sena would be in his best condition since his Season 84 performance.

    Sena could have dominated Season 85 at his position if he were only in great shape as it turns out, he isn’t.

  • nicole ..? says:

    well bedista guy !! or u mr. infamous_bedan right ??? is that how beda teaches you guys? “IMPROPER USAGE OF SENTENCE STRUCTURE ?” well can’t blame your school..,, ur just good at playing basketball and all other sports but in STUDIES your all LOSERS !!

    in tagalog :

    wala naman kayong mgawa na TAMA !! proper sentence usage palang wala na kayong maibatbat eh ano pa kaya ung sa QUALITY OF EDUCATION NYO tsskk SA LARO PALANG MADUMI NA KAYO MAGLARO HOW SAD…. BEDA IS MY DREAM SCHOOL BUT JUST REDING THESE COMMENTS FROM YOU GUYS , I THANKED GOD THAT I HAVE NEVER ENTERED THAT SCHOOL AGAIN !! BEDA SHOWS THE BAD BEHAVOIR EVER NOT ONLY ON THE GAME BUT ALSO AT THEIR RELATIONSHIP BEHAVOIR !! TSSK..

    IN BEHALF OF ALL SEBASTIAN WE CONGRATULATE YOUR TEAM FOR EARNING THE TOP 1 IN THE FINAL 4 !! BUT JUST WANT TO LET YOU KNOW GUYS THE GAME IS STILL NOT OVER …BECAUSE THE STAGS WILL NEVER GET TIRED ON PLAYING FOR THE SCHOOL’S PRIDE AND GLORY !!

    BRAVO BASTE !!

    GUDLUCK FOR THE FINAL 4 !!
    specially for the STAGS !!

  • step-up says:

    @ nicole ?

    please don’t embarrass yourself.

    with that being said, good luck to both teams on monday

  • annalyst says:

    1. one studies well to find a good job with better pay

    2. one studies in a school that has good teachers and facilities

    3. good teachers would rather work in schools that can offer them better pay

    4. schools with good teachers and facilities have higher tuition fees than normal schools… that’s a fact!

    5. take a look at your school, take a look at your facilities, take a look at your teachers….. lastly take a look at yourself are you from a good school?

    6. huwag na lang tayo magyabangan dahil yan ang totoo, …. basketball ang pag usapan!

  • >vurnn17 says:

    Golden Stags lalaban hangang anung mngyri… ND nman malalaman ang pag suporta ng skul sa pagkanta ng hymn… alm q sa puso at isipan ng mga SEBASTINO lalaban at buong puso ang suporta sa team…

    WAG NINYO MALIITIN ANG GOLDEN STAGS!!! DHIL NUNG D PA NAGKAKAROON NG TALO D MAN NINYO SBHIN TAKOT ANG PINAGHAHANDAAN NINYO ANG GOLDEN STAGS PAG MAKAKALABAN ITO!!!

    SEBASTINO LABAN!!!

    GOLDEN STAGS PATUNAYAN NTIN NA KYA NTIN MAG KAMPEON!!!

    BRAVO BASTE!!!

  • scotchtape says:

    teka teka teka nga muna.

    i have one big question.

    BAKIT ANG BIAS NG MGA COMMENTATOR NG STUDIO23 SA MGA TEAMS AGAINST BEDA???

    halatang halata naman eh, nakakaawa sila, every game na lang, napapahiya sila sa Beda kasi talo bet nila. Pakipalitan nga yang mga yan kung pwede lang. Ako na magbabayad.

  • scotchtape says:

    @ nicole..?

    Beda got the number one spot in the final four.
    please do your research before you comment. Thanks.

  • snicker says:

    San Beda will win the 4peat.. If they continue to play hard and put their hearts in playing. San Beda has the most impressive roster in this year’s season.. Halata naman. With Sudan and the Mighty Kid with them, other teams would have their hands full. GOODLUCK. I DO BELIEVE IN OUR JOURNEY “FOURWARD”…

  • nicole says:

    yup.. iknow =)
    don’t you get what i’ve said ??
    i said we want to congratulate them for earning the TOP 1 on the final four gets ??? i think you guys don’t understand it well take aread again… =) thanks

  • nicole says:

    yup.. iknow =)
    don’t you get what i’ve said ??
    i said we want to congratulate them for earning the TOP 1 on the final four gets ??? i think you guys don’t understand it well take a read again… =) thanks!!

  • ninoy aquino says:

    I am a bedan! How can i be a social climber? a lot of great, honest and God-fearing Filipinos graduated from my alma mater, namely, roco, mitra (father and son), SCjustices regalado (the one with the highest bar exams rating in the Phils..yes, even higher than that of Marcos..) and nachura, sec. favila, mayors belmonte, echiverri and duterte, saguisag, MVP, cong. bagatsing, cong. santiago, cong. umali, danding cojuangco (GS), YOURS TRULY and many many more…We are not social climbers…we are useful Filipinos who aquired quality education from a great institution called SAN BEDA!!!! anyways, fellow bedans, we should just ignore those who think ill of us and our beloved alma mater…they represent the ugly side of reality that we bedans have always successfully dealt with in our pursuit for excellence and betterment of our country…patawarin na natin sila sa inability nila to think appropriately and their “kagaspangan”..i guess it’s not their fault they were born that way..we bedans know better…basta tayo ALWAYS ON THE TOP AND IN PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE NOT ONLY FOR OURSELVES BUT FOR THE COUNTRY! in the meantime, enjoy muna tayo sa basketball…4th consecutive championship in the offing!!!! How sweet???!!!! yah, baby, yeah!!!!! and that is not it for us because our team will get stronger next year even with the departure of our present King Lions..but that’s getting way ahead already…let’s savor next week’s bagging of the crown muna…hehehe…GO, SAN BEDA, FIGHT!!!! THAT IN ALL THINGS, GOD MAY BE GLORIFIED!!!

  • Mike Sucks says:

    Where is TGM? His articles are much more interesting. Sorry Mike. You suck.

  • joe etame says:

    @scotchtape

    here’s my account no. 055-3-055-54834-9 (MBTC) diba ikaw mag babayad pag napalitan yung mga commentator?? make good of your promise and will change the tv commentator. I DARE YOU! i can sense wala ka naman pera. full of hot air ka lang!

  • mike is better than rene r. and you suck also

  • ninoy aquino says:

    by the way, i hope envy among non-bedans for me and my fellow bedans finally disappear…it’s never good…it prevents one from “paddling his own canoe” and improve his own lot…also, learn to gracefully accept the agony of defeat..doing so will eventually equip one with the appropriate mindset, determination and attitude to better himself the next time around…at mag-aral kayong mabuti kagaya naming mga bedista…but learn to relax and socialize as well..kaming mga bedista e magagaling at effective dahil sa “health balance” approach namin…hinahasa at pinag-iibayo namin ang isip, pangangatawan, social responsibility at religious faith namin kaya kami “so cool and so good”!!!! ayos b, mga non-bedans??? nagsasabi lang naman ako ng totoo..take my advice and u will reap the benefits…GO, SAN BEDA, FIGHT!!! THAT IN ALL THINGS, GOD MAY BE GLORIFIED!!!!

  • ninoy aquino says:

    HEALTHY BALANCE! HEALTHY BALANCE! HEALTHY BALANCE! THAT’S WHY WE ARE CHAMPS AND WILL BE FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS MORE!!!!! GO, SAN BEDA, FIGHT!!!!

    WALA NANG MAIINGGIT HA? DI MAGANDA SA KATAWAN YAN…HEHEHE!!!!

  • ninoy aquino says:

    TruBlu, sino mas magaling sa atin? mahiya ka naman kung sasabihin mong ikaw…hehehe…wala ka sa kalingkingan ng mga nagawa ko na isang BEDISTA sa bansang ito…sino social climber sa atin? you are are such a lowlife…nakakaawa ka…go, san beda, fight!

  • ninoy aquino says:

    ako ba na bedista ay social climber? hah! you are pathetic and so poor in mental abilities…think again and again and again and again at baka sakaling maintindihan mo…basta paulit ulit lang TruBlu…baka matsambahan mo ang tamang pang-unawa..hehehe…go, san beda, fight!

  • Mr. JJ says:

    @nicole..?

    Is that the way how SSC-R stags taught you? You think you’re good in speaking in english? Think again gay, I mean girl. You’re putting yourself as well as your school to shame.

    @ninoy aquino
    Respect the dead. Stop being a loser, everybody here knows that you’re not from SBC.

  • coercive pldt buyer says:

    nabili na ba namin itong website nato? bakit puro ateneo & san beda ang bida dito, mga tita?

  • RL_WORLD says:

    @ coercive pldt buyer

    Nuod po kayo NCAA at UAAP para malaman niyo po.

    I just don’t know if MVP has already bought the majority of the shares (atleast 51%) of this website’s server company.

    But this is a GOOD WEBSITE for US. hehehe

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