VCU will face George Mason in a game where one team is exceeding expectation while the other is where they were predicted to be
When: Saturday, 2:30
Where: Siegel Center
VCU and George Mason were predicted to finish ninth and tenth, respectively, in the Atlantic 10.
While the Rams have exceeded expectations, George Mason is where they were predicted to be.
The Patriots can send a message that they’re more than just a tenth place team when they head to Richmond to face VCU. The first meeting between the two some a competitive 66-61 win for the Rams.
George Mason has been off for nine days after a 77-45 blowout win over Fordham. Jordan Miller led the Patriots with 16 points. It’s his seventh straight double-digit scoring game.
VCU is coming off a win against their rival, University of Richmond. In the 68-56 win, Nah’Shon “Bones” Hyland finished with 20 points and 12 rebounds.
The Rams dominated the paint outscoring Richmond, 42-28. “We really wanted to attack and get into the paint on them,” said head coach Mike Rhoades.