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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Maurice Creek
George Washington never stopped rallying, but the Colonials could never quite catch up to the Memphis Tigers in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Creek, a 23-year-old graduate student, led the Colonials in scoring with 14.3 points per game, hoping all season he would once again play in an NCAA tournament game after an injury-marred career at Indiana.
Move over, Hoyas and Terps. The Atlantic 10 team that plays in Foggy Bottom, not far from the White House, is back on the national radar. Rebuilt by coach Mike Lonergan, the Colonials are receiving votes in The Associated Press poll with a sophomore-heavy lineup that should only get better.
Three serious injuries in 22 months transformed the one-time top-50 prospect from Oxon Hill who graduated from the Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va., into a role player scrounging minutes.
Indiana turned a Saturday night warmup practice into a regular-season atmosphere.
Hoosiers guard Maurice Creek is not giving up on his teammates or basketball.
Although she promised herself she'd remain composed before showing up for the school's Selection Sunday party, the opening tones of the familiar tournament montage produced by CBS brought all kinds of memories flooding back.
"Kind of right here," he said, hovering by the spot to the left of the free-throw line and just inside the 3-point arc. "Let's see."