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The Best "Donna Shalala is a Total Bad Ass" Tweets

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University of Miami's diminutive president Donna Shalala has surprisingly emerged as the biggest bad ass in the world of sports by telling NCAA prez Mark Emmert where to stick it last night. Or as Bruce Feldman put it, "I have never seen a school President go after the NCAA like Donna Shalala has this week ... ever." She's not just the hero of all UM fans, but of everyone who wishes death upon the NCAA.

Twitter, of course, has now turned Shalala into a mic dropping mercenary badass.

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