A-10 conference schedule released for 2013-2014

a10courtToday the Atlantic 10 officially released their 2013-2014 schedule for men’s basketball. We already knew all of George Mason’s opponents for this upcoming season and now we have all the dates. Also released was the TV schedule, which you can see is much improved from what the CAA provides. Looks as though George Mason will have at least 9 nationally televised games on both CBSSN and NBCSN. There are also two TBD TV games that could also end up being nationally televised and the Diamond Head Classic tournament in December will be televised on ESPNU. A lot of coverage for the Patriots.

It is really fitting that George Mason’s first official A-10 game is against VCU.

Here is a George Mason’s full schedule, including all A-10 games:

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  • ScottRandall

    Love all the nationally televised games!

  • Kyle Stegner

    Will the games that don’t have NBCSN,CBSSN, and ESPNU listed next to them be aired on MASN and CSNMN? For example the first game against American will they air it on local area sports channels such as MASN and/or CSNMN?

    • gmuhoops

      Yes, MASN and CSN will most likely pickup a lot of those games as they did last season.

  • GMU2008

    Starting off the conference slate at VCU will be tough. A balanced schedule though, no long road trips which is a plus

  • Kyle Stegner

    Anyone got a prediction on how many games out of 30 Mason will win this year?

    • gmusigs

      21 is my pick

    • masonfan014

      18, this is a tough schedule compared to last season

    • Petey

      I’m going with 20

    • Scott Doescher

      18

    • mkaufman1

      I’ll be bold and go with 22

      • Chris Hirsch

        Shocking.

      • EVERETT PULLIAM JR

        if Mason wins 22 games in the A-10
        they will be NCAA bound

    • mason2004

      17, fan base calls for Hewitt’s head

  • Guest

    Alright….seems pretty reasonable predictions. NCAA 2014, NIT 2014, or no post season tournament appearances?

    • SkinsGMU

      NIT bound, but they will have their chances for an NCAA bid