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two and barbecue

two and barbecue
 other.— «Going “two and barbecue,” which meant losing two consecutive games in the traditional double-elimination tournament format, was always disappointing, but long-time observers knew that was “just something that happens.” Two straight losses is a slump, three is a losing streak.» —“Big 12 Tournament chronicles: To the power goes the glory” in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma TexasSports.com May 26, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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