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Mike Pesca Sets the Record Straight on GMU

Just as college basketball fans around the nation are going crazy for those plucky underdogs of George Mason, NPR's Mike Pesca has to go and take all the fun out of it. He writes:

"I very much like George Mason — the team, the coach, especially the man. George Mason is called the father of the Bill of Rights, a document without which I might be thrown in jail for saying:

"George Mason University's victory was FAR from the biggest upset in history."

Say what? Click here for the complete buzz kill and go here for Pesca's gambling podcast.

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