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George Mason Patriots College Basketball Tickets

Throughout the lengthy history of the NCAA Tournament there have been many Cinderella stories, but few teams have embodied that more than George Mason. The tiny Virginia school captured the hearts of college basketball fans all over the country with an improbable run to the 2006 Final Four, and today George Mason Patriots Basketball tickets offer fans the chance to re-live that excitement on a regular basis.

George Mason did not have a basketball program until the late 1960s, and the Patriots didn't make their first NCAA Tournament appearance until 1989. After several other appearances where they failed to make it out of the first round, everything changed in 2006. An 11-seed entering the tournament, George Mason made everyone re-think what it means to be an underdog. The Patriots knocked off college basketball powerhouses including Michigan State, North Carolina and UConn en route to the Final Four.

Since their improbable run, George Mason has continued to be a mainstay in post-season basketball. While they likely won't sneak up on everyone after their ascent to the top of the game, the Patriots are still poised to spoil the seasons of blueblood programs every year.