Coming November: A10talk.com FanZone

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Ever dressed up as a banana to show loyalty to your team? Well we want to hear from you, banana man, in our new A10talk.com FanZone, coming this November.

Ever dressed up as a banana to show loyalty to your team? Well we want to hear from you, banana man, in our new A10talk.com FanZone, coming this November.

We love college basketball here at A10talk.com, but you knew that. What you didn’t know is the thing we think makes it the BEST sport of all the cities of all the worlds, is the atmosphere and game day madness that fills each Saturday from early November through the end of March. College hoops is non-stop action in arenas packed full of fans who often eat, sleep and breath their teams. We’re talking 351 fanbases across the country who have a very real chance to compete on the grandest of stages at the end of the season.

What we want to do this upcoming season is highlight that excitement by creating an A10talk.com FanZone, where fans from around the league cover their team during their very personalized game day experience. You do the writing, you take the pictures, we’ll share your adventure on our site (the PG parts), featuring your post on our main page.

We want fans, alumni, former players, ANYONE basically who attends a game at their respective school sharing their experience to show our A10talk.com readers just how exciting the action is from Kingston down to Charlotte, from Charlotte all the way to Saint Louis.

 

So print this page, because come November, we want to hear from you.

 

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Mat Shelton-Eide has been involved in college athletics since 2007, starting as a co-founder of VCURamNation.com where he covered the Rams all the way to Houston as the one-time CAA darling shocked the hoops world with a historic run to the Final 4. He has worked within two Atlantic 10 athletic departments, first as a graduate assistant in the VCU Sports Information Department during the '09-'10 basketball season, then after receiving his M.Ed. from VCU's Center for Sport Leadership, as a ticketing and marketing intern in the University of Richmond's athletic department during the inaugural season of Richmond's Robins Stadium, months before the Spiders 2011 Sweet 16 run.

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