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Notre Dame 68 George Mason 50

by @ 7:29 am on March 21, 2008. Filed under College Sports, George Mason Patriots, Sports

There won’t be a Cinderella story this year:

DENVER, March 20 — There will be no miracles for George Mason this year, no “Livin’ on a Prayer” blaring its way into a Final Four arena, no Jim Larranaga whistling his team past powerhouses, no impromptu 10,000-fan gatherings at Patriot Center.

The hopes of another magical NCAA tournament ride for George Mason unraveled quickly and harshly Thursday night in a 68-50 loss in the first round to fifth-seeded Notre Dame at Pepsi Center. The 12th-seeded Patriots’ promising return to the tournament became a brief and painful stay, four games shorter than their storied Final Four run in 2006.

Better luck next year guys.

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