2010 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Quarterfinals: Whose Flow Reigns Supreme?

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2010 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Quarterfinals: Whose Flow Reigns Supreme?

If you're new to the sport of lacrosse, it's imperative that you are brought up to speed on the concept of "flow."

Flow, in basic terms, is a lacrosse player's hair. However, to the seasoned lax bro or fan, it is much more.

Flow is a sense of being, an aura one emits. Flow is tangible, yet intangible at the same time. It is visible, yet we can't see it—we just feel it.

In short, flow is much more than a lacrosse player's hair, it is the vibe and energy their whole body and game emits.

It is one's appearance, confidence, skills, and of course, the pristine upkeep of their hair, all rolled into one package.

I could babble on, but I think I'll just show you pictures.

So without further adieu, here are the 10 players with the best flow, who will be showcasing their skills this weekend in the 2010 NCAA men's lacrosse tournament quarterfinals.

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