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Sunday, March 8, 2009

Big Time for the little guys...

I love it when a good small or unknown college gets a chance at the big time. A chance to make an even bigger name for itself and get on the National Map.

It happened a few years ago with George Mason. Though not small, they have like 30,000 students, they were relatively unknown nationally even locally they were known mostly as a commuter school.

But a trip to the Final Four changed all that for them and suddenly they found themselves in the national spot light. Of course they have a great school, with great programs, growing with a diverse population and were ready for the attention and popularity.

Radford is another great Virginia school, with good programs and student population, trying to make a new name for themselves; Though they were the first campus to be 100% wireless ready, which is really cool in and of itself.

If they make it anywhere near as far as Mason, they will definitely be on the map with new found attention!

Congratulations to Radford for winning the Big South Championship and a trip to the NCAA Tournament and catching the fever of March Madness!


Sam March 8, 2009 at 3:08 PM  

I watched that game. Parakhouski (spelling?) is a heck of a player. Looks like Radford got off to a rocky start this year, but it's all about how you finish, ain't it? I love March Madness. Not nearly as much as football, but it's a nice fill between free agency and the draft.


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