Mr. Duke

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The Last Shot
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Steven Thomas enters to win a reporting trip to the final four games, along with the writer Susan Carol Anderson

While looking over the area where CBS setup during the Final Four games, they over heard a discussion with Chip Graber with someone who they had no idea who he was.

What they found out from the conversation was that Chip was getting blackmailed to blow their championship game between MSU and Duke.

Steven and Susan have no idea what to do with what they just found out and who to tell to help stop the blackmail.

Now they are trying to help Coach Grabber get out of this blackmail.

So they tell there reporting guiders Bill and Weiss. They only have 48 hours to find out who blackmailed the player.

Chip Grabber the coach of MSU lost again Duke won again. Everyone disappointed even Susan Carol who is a Duke fan.

Steven and Susan are captured by the blackmailer and he turned out to be the athletic administrator of Duke. G g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g gg g g g g g gg gg g gg g g g gg g g g g g gg g g g g g g g g gg g g g g g g g g g g g g gg gg g g g g g g g g g gg g g…...

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