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A call for Atlantic 11 voters


(Photo by Don Petersen - AP; logo and editing by Ian Oland - Atlantic 11 Media)


Apologies for the lack of radio transcriptions all day; having a sick daughter home from school four days in a row finally did me in,content-wise.

But here's one thing I needed to do: invite you to join the ranks of the Atlantic 11 voting pool. If you're new around here, the Atlantic 11 is our weekly ranking of the 27 Division I men's college basketball teams from the District, Maryland and Virginia. In years that Maryland and Georgetown are not dominant, it's actually pretty interesting. Plus, you get to make funny jokes!

For examples, see here, here and here.

The requirements are time enough to fill out a weekly survey form from November through Marcy, and a pledge to be objective despite that Terrapin tattoo on your ankle. The qualifications are a willingness to study the bottom of the MEAC and CAA standings, and a certain sickness of the soul. The benefits are the sheer honor of it all, plus occasionally your name in the paper, if you're the clever sort.

If this sounds like you, e-mail here and have fun. For everyone else, the radio transcriptions will be back soon.

By Dan Steinberg  |  November 12, 2009; 4:47 PM ET
Categories:  Atlantic 11 , College Basketball  
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Comments

Sorry to hear about your kid Steinz. I hate it when my little boy is sick. I hope she gets better soon.

Posted by: jonthefisherman | November 12, 2009 5:45 PM | Report abuse

JMU is keeping it close with Ohio State. I want to hear what the JMU SID has to say about things. Perhaps I'm just nose-y though...

Posted by: sitruc | November 12, 2009 7:41 PM | Report abuse

They are losing by 24 now.

Posted by: amorris525 | November 12, 2009 8:40 PM | Report abuse

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