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Reason to Cheer George Mason’s Move to Atlantic 10

When Colonial Athletic Association founding member George Mason revealed this week that it’s leaving for the Atlantic 10 come July, I had to applaud.


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George Mason Leaving CAA for Atlantic 10 in July

First VCU, now George Mason. The two mid-majors that made stunning runs to the Final Four from the Colonial Athletic Association will reunite in the Atlantic 10.


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The State of the Colonial Athletic Association

The CAA has played its way on to the national landscape in College Hoops, thanks in part to final four runs by George Mason and recently departed VCU. This year featured ambitious scheduling, not overwhelming, […]


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Medhurst: Will The CAA Be Able To Survive Yet Another Departure?

With the departures of ODU and VCU, the CAA is in shambles and faces an uncertain future. Once a jewel, the conference is struggling to just hold on to the “mid” of mid-majors.


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Medhurst: VCU’s Rapid Climb Leaves CAA In Limbo

Virginia Commonwealth University has made a rapid climb from mid-major obscurity to a nationally known basketball entity over the past two seasons.


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George Mason Coach Jim Larranaga Talks Hoops With Mike Wise

With his team on a 12 game winning streak, Larranaga talks about the possibility of the CAA getting multiple bids to the NCAA tournament.

106.7 The Fan–02/16/2011