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Topic - Jakob Gollon
The Mercer Bears don't know what the NCAA tournament selection committee has in store for them.
After four years of college, Mercer forward Jakob Gollon had a bachelor's degree in communications. After five years, he added a master's degree in educational leadership.
Mercer guard Langston Hall watched Florida Gulf Coast become the darlings of last season's NCAA tournament with one thought in his mind.
"I think hopefully by the time (reality) sets in, we'll all be able to put a smile on and realize that what we've been able to do at our school, and for the city, has been phenomenal," forward Jakob Gollon said. "It's kind of hard to see right now."
"Every time there's an upset in March, people tend to call it a Cinderella story," said Gollon, a sixth-year senior. "But we know how good we are and in the past couple of years, we've beaten a lot of high major teams. So we expect to win a lot of these games."