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Topic - Brad Redford
The George Washington Colonials led defending Atlantic-10 champion Xavier for all but 4:19 Wednesday night. And on the game's final possession, they found themselves one point away from their first win over the Musketeers since Feb. 2, 2006.
The step ladders and scissors are stored conveniently near the court. The overhead confetti blowers are being loaded with shiny blue, silver and white paper strips.
"I was on the bench at the time and it seemed like it took forever," Redford said. "We were saying some prayers on the bench as the ball was getting tipped around the rim. But getting road wins in conference are tough and GW's a good team, so we're happy to get a win no matter how we get it."