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  1. #1
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    Default As much as I might like Mason ....

    I have to hand it to you for the victory tonight.

    Congratulations.

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    Any chance you caught the game? Have to get the CAAs take on this one:

    I have to post this here, b/c I have to vent, but Pearson on Mason had one of the most unsportsmanlike maneuvers I've ever seen in game and I couldn't be happier we ruined those guy's chance to be a #1 seed. For those that missed it, he had four fouls and had been substituting on offense/defense. We recovered a rebound and since GMU could not take a timeout, he faked an injury, got the referees to stop the game and let him sub out (timeout free!). On the next substitution opportunity, guess who came back onto the floor? Low class move and you have to wonder if it was his call or if a coach put that thought in his ear...whoever it was, it was still classless and I can't believe the referees allowed it to happen.

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    Default Re: As much as I might like Mason ....

    Quote Originally Posted by FanOfCAABball View Post
    I have to hand it to you for the victory tonight.

    Congratulations.
    Thanks.

    I have to say I'm not a fan of those black uniforms. Stay green!

    As usual GMU is a top tier team. NU was in need of a win vs. the top four after a few near misses.

    Good luck in Richmond.

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    Default Re: As much as I might like Mason ....

    Quote Originally Posted by dogsgowoof View Post
    Any chance you caught the game? Have to get the CAAs take on this one:

    I have to post this here, b/c I have to vent, but Pearson on Mason had one of the most unsportsmanlike maneuvers I've ever seen in game and I couldn't be happier we ruined those guy's chance to be a #1 seed. For those that missed it, he had four fouls and had been substituting on offense/defense. We recovered a rebound and since GMU could not take a timeout, he faked an injury, got the referees to stop the game and let him sub out (timeout free!). On the next substitution opportunity, guess who came back onto the floor? Low class move and you have to wonder if it was his call or if a coach put that thought in his ear...whoever it was, it was still classless and I can't believe the referees allowed it to happen.
    He definitely learned that one from Jimmy L.

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    Default Re: As much as I might like Mason ....

    Was this déjà vu all over again?

    N. U. in the 2013 tournament final thanks to their victory over the Patriots.
    Congratulations.

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    Default Re: As much as I might like Mason ....

    Love teams who show no quit. Congratulations.

  7. #7
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    Default Re: As much as I might like Mason ....

    Quote Originally Posted by -Tribal- View Post
    Love teams who show no quit. Congratulations.
    Thanks.

    GMU took it to NU really hard in the first half. The second half was a back-and-forth tussle.

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