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Fordham Basketball

Fordham Defeats George Mason, Advances in A-10 Tournament

by Mack Rosenberg

WFUV Sports 

The Fordham Rams had lost eight games in row coming into tonight’s opening round in the Atlantic 10 tournament. One more loss would be the end of the season. Thanks to four players scoring in double figures and a career high 19 rebounds by Ryan Canty, Fordham lives on to play another game. The Rams prevailed 70-67 tonight over George Mason.

One on One with AP College Basketball Writer Jim O’Connell

by Nolan Silbernagel

Flickr || mrdestructicity

Jim O’Connell joined Anthony Pucik and me as One on One got ready for college basketball in March.  O’Connell told us which conference he thinks is the toughest and how far Wichita State will go in this year’s national tournament.  He also told us how he has not lost all confidence in Syracuse despite their recent slide and he gave us his pick for who might be a dark horse to bust some brackets this year (here’s a hint: Fordham has played them!).

Fordham Falls to Harvard 73-64

by Mack Rosenberg

GoCrimson.com

The Fordham Rams continued their rough start to the 2012 season this afternoon, losing at Harvard 73-64. Fordham did have an 11 point lead in the first half, their largest of the season, but saw it slip away in minutes as the Crimson got the inside game going. Three Rams would foul out late in the second half, as they let the Crimson make 29 out of 39 free throws to put the game out of reach.

One on One, March 27th

by Brian Clark
Fordham Sports Department

It was a busy day yesterday on One on One, New York’s longest running sports call-in show.  We had a stable of guests breaking down the Tom Pecora hiring at Fordham. 

Tom Pecora's Introduction

by Brian Clark
Fordham Sports Department

Fordham’s search for a basketball coach concluded today as Tom Pecora was introduced as the new head Ram.  The Queens native comes to the Bronx from Hofstra.  Ben Allen, Tom Felice, and I anchored the WFUV coverage from the Duane Library.