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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Andre Cornelius
UNC Wilmington coach Buzz Peterson was scouring game film last week when he came upon George Mason's strong, dogged point guard who barely made a difference as a freshman.
George Mason rolled into Thursday night with a real chance at creating separation in the CAA.
One strong week in January didn't win a CAA championship for George Mason.
Guard Andre Cornelius made an instant impression on Paul Hewitt when he practiced for the first time in November — so much so that the George Mason coach wondered when he would see the same player in games.
George Mason endured a rare moment Wednesday night when it walked out of Patriot Center with a loss.
Paul Hewitt didn't think George Mason was ready to play Wednesday.
At some point in Wednesday night's game against Duquesne — probably during the first half — George Mason coach Paul Hewitt will send Andre Cornelius to the Patriot Center scorer's table.
George Mason missed out on its shot at one of its state's two power-conference schools last month.
George Mason enjoyed one the finest regular-season runs through the Colonial Athletic Association in the league's history a season ago, ripping off 14 straight conference wins in January and February.
Sherrod Wright's first game in more than a year and a half reminded George Mason just what it was missing.
Dwayne De Rosario may not have led D.C. United back to the playoffs this year, but the prolific playmaker did enough to land on the shortlist for MLS Most Valuable Player honors.
There could be a few bumpy patches in the transition from one coach with a Final Four appearance to another. But there wasn't.
Novak Djokovic said the back muscle injury that forced him to quit his Davis Cup match is not serious but requires rest.
The George Mason basketball team had time - more than it could have ever fathomed - to process its 98-66 loss to Ohio State on Sunday in the NCAA tournament's round of 32 before reporters descended on the Patriots' locker room.
The magical March run, the one that changed everything for George Mason, the one that made every mid-major program and player puff their chests with pride and forever tilted college basketball's axis, just celebrated its fifth anniversary.
"He talks a lot of junk in practice ... ," guard Andre Cornelius said. "He gets everything started and everybody wants to compete better just to shut him up."
"I'm getting back in my comfort zone," Cornelius said. "Every day, my teammates help me in practice. They did a good job of getting me open today, especially [Morrison] setting screens to get me open."