C2M Senior Sports Editor Josh Apple

Men's hoops sneaks by Bucknell, 61-57 [VIDEO]

In spite of a sluggish offensive performance, the Patriots (5-2) kept their perfect home record alive as they escaped against the Bucknell Bison (5-3), 61-57, in a back-and-forth contest Wednesday night in the Patriot Center.

Peyton Manning for 2011 NFL MVP [OPINION]

The Indianapolis Colts went from contender to laughing stock of the NFL in one season. The reason for this change is simple: Peyton Manning (Photo courtesy of Creative Commons, user JuanPhotos).

Men's hoops routs Albany to close NIT Season Tip-Off, 66-46

In spite of their early struggles on the road, the Patriots (4-2) have remained dominant in front of the home crowd, as they easily dismantled the Albany Great Danes (2-3) Tuesday night, 66-46, in the final round of the NIT Season Tip-Off.

Men's hoops holds on for 92-90 overtime win in season opener

The Mason men’s basketball squad (1-0) opened the season strong with a hard-fought 92-90 overtime victory over the Rhode Island Rams (0-1) Friday night in front of a packed house in the Patriot Center, capturing their ninth consecutive season-opening win.

New-look men’s hoops to host Rhode Island in season opener

The new faces of George Mason basketball, including freshman wing player Vaughn Gray (middle, green shirt), sophomore point guard Bryon Allen (far right), and sophomore forward Jonathan Arledge (front center), all posed for the camera during Mason Madness, which marked the begining of the 2011-12 basketball season (John Powell).

'Movember' means mustaches for Mason baseball

Two seniors on the George Mason baseball team have initiated efforts to grow mustaches in order to raise money for men’s health in a program known as Movember. They plan to have their entire team joining them in their fundraising labors.

The Grossman vs. Beck controversy continues for the Redskins

After Rex Grossman's four INT performance against the Eagles, Beck got the nod in the fourth quarter and was able to put the ball into the end zone. Now head coach Mike Shanahan has put the ball in his hands for Sunday's matchup against the Panthers (Photo courtesy of Creative Commons, user Homer McFanboy).

Mason Madness rocks the Patriot Center

New men's head coach Paul Hewitt appeared from the tunnel during Friday night's Mason Madness celebration sporting an identical outfit to Doc Nix. It was opening night for both the men's and the women's squads, but basketball was just one part of the night's entertainment. (John Powell).

1968 Olympic sprinter John Carlos, sportswriter Dave Zirin visit Mason

John Carlos (left) and sportswriter Dave Zirin (right) sit in front of the iconic photo of Carlos and Tommie Smith making the Black Power salute during the 1968 Olympic Games. Carlos and Zirin visited George Mason to publicize their new book, The John Carlos Story: The Sports Moment That Changed the World (Josh Apple).

No. 18 men's soccer falters at VCU, 1-0

Just days after recieving their first national ranking of the season, Ryan Gracia and the Patriots fell to VCU for their first CAA loss Saturday night (John Powell).