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VCU Ram Nation is an independent news organization that provides insider information on players, staff, and team progress. We provide new age media in the form of audio and video interviews and highlights, as well as traditional written media, all available for free on our website. We provide interviews with players, coaches, league resources, and fans to give a in-depth look at the team throughout the season and offseason.

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VCU Ram Nation is comprised of four VCU grads turned basketball junkies:

Mat Shelton

VCU School of the Arts, 2007
VCU Center for Sport Leadership, 2010

Favorite VCU Moment: Watching VCU go from “shouldn’t be in the tournament” to the Final 4.

Worst VCU Moment: Beating Duke by only 2 pts.

Interests: Good coffee, beaches and VCU hoops.

Matt Morton

VCU Information Systems, 2004

Favorite VCU Moment: When Michael Doles was carried across the court after the most amazing comeback win at the Siegel Center, ever.

Worst VCU Moment: Never a bad moment.

Interests: Prying into the lives of players, podcasting, photos, website development, etc.

Michael Hagan

VCU Mass Comm, 2004

Favorite VCU Moment: having the BEAT DUKE poster in my window a week before it happened.

Worst VCU Moment: losing to ODU for J Shu’s last VCU/ODU Match up at the Siegel Center.

Interests: Filmmaking, basketball, VCU Rams.

Marcus Shrock

VCU Religious Studies, 2006

Favorite VCU Moment: Michael Doles comeback win against the Seahawks and/or beating Duke.

Worst VCU Moment: Losing to ODU for the first time at the Siegel Center.

Interests: college basketball, making music, the Avalon.

District Baller

VCU Unknown (Anonymous Blogger)

Favorite VCU Moment: Watching as Kevin Harlan made the call, “Is this the dagger?” and nearly jumping out of my skin as Eric Maynor knocked down a jumper with 1.8 seconds remaining to beat Duke in 2007.

Worst VCU Moment: Hearing that T-Man had left us to go home. RIP Terry. Your legacy will live on in the hearts of Ram fans everywhere.

Interests: EVERYTHING VCU basketball.