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AdamHermann

  • joined Oct 02, 2012
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Born in Baltimore, raised in Pittsburgh, living in Philadelphia. I cover CAA Hoops for MidMajorMadness.com, I write about Drexel men's basketball for Philahoops.com and TheTriangle.com, and I web produce for CSNPhilly.com.

I know too much about Philadelphia's college basketball scene. Somebody send help.

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User Blog

Blue Hens rally, fight off Pride

CAA No. 1 Delaware faced a surprisingly tough test Saturday in Hofstra, but Jarvis Threatt and Davon Usher ultimately proved to be too much for the upstart Pride.

Previewing & Predicting the CAA Taking Baltimore

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The CAA is trying out a new location for its conference tournament this season, heading to Baltimore instead of Richmond. Will the old guard teams maintain dominance in the tourney, or will somebody new take advantage of the change of scenery?

2013-14 Mid-Major Conference Preview: CAA Part II

Some see Delaware as a team bound for a down year; instead, I see the Blue Hens as a sneaky-good team with one of the best players in the conference. An alternate take on the CAA awaits.

Blackbirds' Boyd Re-Tears ACL, Out Until January

LIU-Brooklyn is coming off a Northeastern Conference title last season, and now it seems they will have to at least begin the title defense without forward Julian Boyd, who re-tore his ACL during the summer.

MVSU's Usher Transfers To Delaware

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The Blue Hens of Delaware have bolstered their already powerful backcourt by adding senior guard Davon Usher, who averaged nearly 20 points per game last season as a Delta Devil and could compete for a starting position come November.

Nate Wolters: NBA Ready And Getting A Chance

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The 38th pick in the 2013 NBA Draft bounced between three teams, but South Dakota State's Nate Wolters has finally landed in Milwaukee. With the Bucks' backcourt undulating, Wolters could see big minutes and big opportunities this season.

Hofstra Adds Two Fifth-Year Transfers

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First-year head coach Joe Mihalich announced Monday that Hofstra has gained two fifth-year transfer players to shore up the team's empty backcourt for this fall.

Hofstra's Mihalich To Retain Niagara Staff

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Joe Mihalich may be migrating to Hofstra, but he announced Tuesday that he will be bringing his assistant coaches with him from Niagara to help rebuild his new program.

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CAA Hoops: Not Dreaming Big

Elon University joined the Colonial Athletic Association today. One season after losing four key movers and shakers from the conference, the CAA has added Elon University. Quick Facts: U...

#WATCHTHEM: The Wichita State Plan

Gregg Marshall and his jubilant group of black and yellow-donning Shockers impressed the mid-major community while flabbergasting the country just a month ago. We think this could become an annual shocking.

James Madison and the State of the CAA

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After the Dukes locked up their head coach through 2017, we step back and get a wider view of the conference-in-motion that is the Colonial Athletic Association.

Drexel's Fouch Eligible for Sixth Year

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After little drama, the NCAA confirmed Monday night that Chris Fouch will be able to return for a sixth year of eligibility as a Dragon.

Hofstra To Hire Niagara's Joe Mihalich

After a long period of uncertainty following Mo Cassara's firing, the Hofstra Pride have come to an agreement with longtime Niagara Purple Eagles head coach Joe Mihalich to become the next head coach of their men's basketball program.

Taran Buie Latest To Exit Hofstra

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Just a few weeks after Hofstra decided to fire Mo Cassara, the Pride's leading scorer, Taran Buie, decided to take the same path.

The Grass Is Never Greener

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For seven days in March, Andy Enfield's Florida Gulf Coast team captivated America, just like VCU and Butler before them. And yet, when it came time to make a decision, Enfield chose to ditch what could have been something special in Dunk City.

FGCU's Enfield Interviewing With ODU?

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Andy Enfield, fresh off a captivating run to the Sweet 16 with Florida Gulf Coast, is reported to be in talks with Old Dominion to interview for their head coaching position by the end of this week.

Full Time Out: Drexel's James "Bruiser" Flint

The Drexel Dragons, as you probably know, spent their 2012-13 season failing to complete what began labeled as a season of "destiny." Mid-Major Madness sat down with Flint to find out what he thought went wrong.

CBI Finals: Getting to Know George Mason

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Amidst their conference shifting, George Mason's basketball team has actually found a way to run to the CBI Championship Series. Can they cap the streak off with a series victory over Santa Clara?

Talking Naismith Award With Clark Kellogg

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On Tuesday morning, Mid-Major Madness's Adam Hermann joined in on a Google+ hangout with CBS's Clark Kellogg to talk about the Naismith POY award, which our mid-major sweetheart Doug McDermott is up for. Check out the video over here on AT&T's YouTube page.

Davis, Nation Propel Dukes Past Blackbirds

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James Madison, down their top scorer for the first half, looked completely unfazed by the national stage as they shut down LIU-Brooklyn's potent offense en route to a thirteen point victory. Freshman Andre Nation was kind of important.

2013 NCAA Tournament Preview: Albany vs. Duke

The 15-versus-2 matchup in the NCAA Tournament doesn't typically produce a number of upsets; the teams are usually seeded in these spots for reasons. However, that doesn't mean Albany can't upset Duke with the help of a few flexible numbers.

2013 NIT Tourney Preview: Northeastern vs. Alabama

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In a matchup of two oh-so-closes, the Huskies and the Crimson Tide will go head to head in a battle of major conference vs. mid-major conference. We look at the stats and key matchups so you don't have to Google for yourself.

Rayshawn Goins to Sit First Half vs. LIU-Brooklyn

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After having a roller coaster past 24 hours, James Madison senior Rayshawn Goins finally learned his fate on Monday afternoon. Due to his arrest, Goins won't be eligible for all 40 minutes, but he'll still be able to lend his team a hand.

James Madison's Rayshawn Goins Arrested

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After helping his team capture the CAA's automatic NCAA Tournament bid, Rayshawn Goins could have actually hindered his team's advancement before they even stepped on the court after the senior forward was arrested Sunday night.

2013 NCAA Tournament Preview: JMU vs. LIU-Brooklyn

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Selection Sunday has come and gone, and we now know which matchups we're obsessing over for the next few weeks. LIU-Brooklyn vs. James Madison probably doesn't have many talking heads abuzz, but a pair of campuses are in a tizzy. Let's look at why.

JMU Rolls Northeastern for CAA Championship

The first five games of the CAA Tournament were separated by just 19 total points. On Monday evening, James Madison won the Championship game by 13. It was a whole different world, but the Dukes made the best of it and are headed to the Big Dance.

Devon Moore Gives JMU One More, Beats Delaware

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James Madison's Devon Moore saw his entire college career flash before his eyes. And then he hit two clutch free throws with less than four seconds remaining to extend that career just a little bit longer.

Dukes Maintain the Monarchy, Drop Tribe

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In a game that always seemed able to go either way, the James Madison Dukes were able to rely on Rayshawn Goins in the final throes of the second half and sneak away with a close victory over William & Mary.

Lee, Northeastern Cap Rally With Late Layup

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After trailing by as many as 24 points in the first half, Bill Coen's Huskies showed resiliency beyond belief in coming from (way, way) behind against George Mason on Sunday afternoon.

Delaware Rallies, Squashes Hofstra's Pride

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In a surprisingly close contest in first round of the CAA Tournament, the Hofstra Pride kept Delaware close until the bitter end, when a second-half slump cost them the game after a quick start to the first.

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