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0-4-jequanRemember that time the VCU Basketball team was down with 0.4 seconds left and practically no hope? Yeah, that was something, eh? No problem for Will Wade, JeQuan Lewis and company. VCU has scored two of college basketball’s most improbable victories this season in its last two games, including Wednesday’s 54-53 win at George Washington. If you haven’t heard about it by now, then seriously, what have you been doing with your life?

Tell you what, if you’re hearing it for the first time or if you just want to relive the moment, listen to Robby Robinson and Mike Litos call it on Ram Radio.

In other news, Briante Weber is trying to make the best of his 10-day contract with Golden State. He recently sat down to talk about it HERE.

 

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Q&A WITH RAM RADIO ANALYST MIKE LITOS

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Mike Litos joins Ram Radio as color analyst for the 2012-13.

VCU alumnus, CAAHoops.com founder and bocce enthusiast Mike Litos (@VCULitos) will join the VCU Ram Radio broadcast team for the 2012-13 season as color analyst. He’ll join play-by-play voice (and former child acting star) Robby Robinson to bring VCU Men’s Basketball into your living room (and car, and mobile device, etc.).

I recently caught up with Litos to get some answers to the questions that are burning up Ram Nation right now, such as, “Would you be supportive of a Wham! reunion?”
CK: A select few get to come back to their alma mater and put in a position like this. How exciting is this opportunity for you, as a long-time fan?

ML: I’m rarely at a loss for words, lots of them, but I’m still having a difficult time articulating how exciting this opportunity is for me. I will say it’s extremely humbling to even be considered…we’ve got incredible momentum as an athletics department and a university, so to become a bigger part of that is thrilling. I very much look forward to digging in and contributing where I can.

CK: Your predecessor, Mike Ellis, was known for his knowledge of Xs and Ox, his stories and his undying devotion to officiating. What can fans expect when they turn the dial to listen to the game this year?
ML: It’s possible I’ve given aid to an official who, shall we say, may have erred in his interpretation of the rules. I’ll continue to help out the zebras. But really what people can expect is an answer to the question why. My goal is to be invisible. What I mean is that the radio audience gets a mental picture of what’s occurring on the court. Robby does a great job explaining what’s happening; my job is to depict what’s happening that impacts what Robby is describing.

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