The 2020-21 Men's Basketball Tournament


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May 3, 2012
May be a stupid question, but I’m assuming that the schools playing will completely control all tickets issued for each game. This tournament will be watched on TV by the vast majority of us fans. Correct me if my assumptions are incorrect.
They are only allowing 250 in and there is no ticket information on the A10 website.
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N Mollen

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Jun 5, 2012
Marcus Vindicitus


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Feb 1, 2016
Really looking forward to this tourney being in RVA! Side note: just learned today that my son received his first college acceptance letter (email) to VCU Arts. He’s 1-0 so far! Since graphic design is his alternate program of choice vs. game design, he’s not a definite Ram. :-( Still, very exciting news for our family today! :-D
Congrats! Our daughter is a freshman Ram (a Ramling) in the pre-nursing track. My wife and I met at VCU, and it's really, really cool to see the school through her eyes. Our son wants to go into law, so there's little chance he'll end up a Ram, and I'm not sure it's really the school for him anyhow. He's not weird enough :D

Wolfpack Ram

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Apr 21, 2009
If fur wins tonight and UMass loses, that should give fur the #3 seed. If that happens, it will be interesting to see if the A-10 keeps that side of the bracket together in the quarterfinals and if it will be played at the Stu since VCU is the higher seed. The only other option would be to split brackets between the two sites in order to make sure both teams don't get "home" games in the quarterfinals.

On the flip side, if fur loses and is sent to the Stu from the start, their chances of advancing anyway are slim to none as the "Moon Man's" record at the Stu is 3-14. You know he has to be thinking about that.