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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.
For George Mason to push its latest NCAA tournament stay into another week, coach Jim Larranaga knew the Patriots needed an off night from Ohio State.
Luke Hancock had already shaken off Villanova's Corey Stokes in the final minute of Friday's NCAA tournament game. He had space to operate and time to do so effectively.
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.
George Mason’s next generation of players scripted the start of their own NCAA tournament story Friday.