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Topic - Ryan Pearson
George Mason Patriots 2012-13 preview.
George Mason's first CAA tournament game was close. Of course it was. It feels like the Patriots were there a dozen times already, staring down a nerve-wracking finish to a taut contest.
Ryan Pearson scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, and George Mason held off Lamar in a 75-71 victory on Saturday.
Sherrod Wright will always have the midcourt mob and the surrounding bedlam.
The initial euphoria was gone as George Mason coach Paul Hewitt strode into his press conference as Tuesday teetered on Wednesday.
A man stood in disbelief outside the ticket window at the Patriot Center, staring the sign that read: "sold out."
The halfway juncture of George Mason's conference schedule arrived with the Patriots playing a middle-of-the-road game.
The prevailing theme of George Mason's 89-63 bludgeoning of Delaware on Wednesday night was perhaps the Patriots' efficient offense.
The final statistics Saturday looked plenty appetizing to George Mason forward Mike Morrison.
Nearly eight long years passed since George Mason entered the Constant Center and emerged with a victory.
Dominating six minutes usually isn't enough to secure a victory in basketball.
Bucknell suffered a serious consequence for trying to shut down in the final minute of Wednesday's game at George Mason. The Patriots didn't when they attempted to limit the Bison's star perimeter player.
Sherrod Wright's first game in more than a year and a half reminded George Mason just what it was missing.
Paul Hewitt could pick up only so much on tape about his new players at George Mason.
There could be a few bumpy patches in the transition from one coach with a Final Four appearance to another. But there wasn't.
"I pump-faked the pass, and I was almost falling over the line, and Sherrod saw me, and he came back, and he was the first person I saw so I just threw it to him," Pearson said.
"He was totally denied, and I couldn't get it to him," Pearson said.