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The last time Alex Ovechkin recorded a hat trick, he scored two more goals the next game. What will he do tonight?
The BB&T Classic lived up to its name as George Washington's Maurice Creek sank a buzzer-beater to knock off Maryland on Sunday afternoon.
Oklahoma (8-1) led all the way, getting little resistance from George Mason (5-4) which was led by Bryon Allen, who had 15 points. Guarded tightly by Cameron Clark, Patriots' guard Sherrod Wright hit just 2 of 9 shots, scoring seven points, 10 below his team-leading average.
After stifling All-American candidate Doug McDermott in GW's win over No. 20 Creighton, Isaiah Armwood duels with Maryland's leading scorer Jake Layman.
The Colonials (7-1) and Terps (5-3) matchup for the 68th time and first since 2008 in the second game of the BB&T Classic doubleheader Sunday at Verizon Center. George Mason (5-3) and Oklahoma (7-1) tip-off at 1 p.m.
The local team at the year's BB&T Classic with the most impressive résumé to date, George Washington. Whether the 7-1 Colonials face Maryland at full strength on Sunday is the question.
Coach Paul Hewitt said Thursday that Anali Okoloji's actions Wednesday night were "inexcusable and not what we expect from a George Mason student-athlete."
Maryland won its early season tournament. George Washington and Georgetown did not. Yet the Colonials and Hoyas helped their cause more than the Terps
George Mason guard Corey Edwards didn't blink Saturday as he found an open Sherrod Wright in the closing seconds of what was to become a 67-64 victory over Richmond.
George Mason exorcized some past and present demons with a reliable option it no doubt will employ in the future.
Mark Turgeon hadn't slept much in the two nights since his Maryland basketball team outlasted George Mason in the BB&T Classic, a game featuring more than a few turnover issues.
It was the cap to Maryland's most significant week during nonconference play, a two-game sojourn from College Park certain to provide a glimpse into where the Terrapins would need to improve in the more than a month before delving into the ACC.
John A. Allison is the former chairman and CEO of BB&T Corporation, where he started working in 1971. Under Mr. Allison's leadership, BB&T grew from $4.5 billion in assets to $152 billion, becoming America's 10th largest financial services company and earning the bank's chairman a spot on Harvard Business Review's list of top 100 most successful CEOs in the world.
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Notre Dame coach Mike Brey was moments removed from watching Maryland's Terrell Stoglin scorch the Fighting Irish for 31 points Sunday. Still, he knew another player did just as much to sink his team in the BB&T Classic.