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November 5, 2012Forget heading to the nearest polling location. Your vote in the most important election of the week can be cast right here with two clicks.
Hofstra's Mo Cassara or Drexel's Bruiser Flint? Are you a blue state, or a navy blue state?
When Flint began his head coaching career at Massachusetts in 1996, Cassara was busy being a feisty point guard at St. Lawrence University roughly 300 miles away. Sixteen years later, the two meet for what is perhaps the most significant battle of their respective careers.
Only one can win the 2012 (Hypothetical) CAA Coaches' 1-on-1 Tournament. Tournament Explanation And it will be either Flint or Cassara.
In head-to-head matchups with these coaches on the sideline for Drexel and Hofstra, Flint leads Cassara 3-1. But this time they won't be on the sideline. They'll be on a hypothetical half-court, playing a highly contested hypothetical game in which they call their own hypothetical fouls.
Who wins and gets to cut down the hypothetical nets? That's for you to decide. And it's your civic duty to do so...
No. 1 Bruiser Flint vs. No. 7 Mo Cassara
Bruiser Flint (Drexel)
First Round: Bye
Quarterfinals: Defeated Ron Hunter
Semifinals: Defeated Bill Coen
College: St. Joseph's
Playing Career: As a junior he led St. Joe's to an Atlantic-10 championship and NCAA Tournament berth, and then was picked all-A-10 as a senior.
Mo Cassara (Hofstra)
First Round: Defeated Pat Skerry
Quarterfinals: Defeated Monte Ross
Semifinals: Defeated Buzz Peterson
College: St. Lawrence University
Position: Point guard
Playing Career: The 6-footer played three seasons and was a captain as a senior at St. Lawrence, where his father Rick is the former head coach.
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