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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.