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#CAAHoops Weekly: Jan. 25 Edition

Courtesy: CAA
          Release: 01/25/2013
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To watch this week's #CAAHoops Weekly edition on your mobile device or tablet visit us on YouTube. You can also download one of our mobile apps by clicking here.

This week's edition of #CAAHoops Weekly takes a look back at Northeastern's dramatic 95-91 double-overtime victory over William & Mary in men's basketball on Wednesday. Bobby Broyles and Rob Washburn also look back on Georgia State's two-point win at Towson from earlier this week.

Broyles and Washburn then shift their focus to the women's hoops side and the career-high performances from Drexel's Hollie Mershon and Taylor Wootton in the Dragons' triumph at Northeastern on Thursday. They also update fans on the latest honor for Delaware All-American Elena Delle Donne.

#CAAHoops Weekly moves into preview mode on the women's side and takes a look at Sundag's rematch of last year's CAA title game between Drexel and Delaware, who are both undefeated in league play thus far. They also preview Hofstra's visit to James Madison on Sunday in a televised game on Comcast SportsNet and SNY.

Shifting back to men's basketball, Broyles and Washburn break down Sunday night's televised clash between first-place Northeastern and second-place George Mason and Saturday's Noon showdown between Georgia State and Drexel.

The final segment of #CAAHoops Weekly includes an interview with Brian Mull of the Wilmington Star-News. Mull gives his take on what's happening around the league and talks about his Colonial X player rankings.

We invite you to share your #CAAHoops thoughts, ideas and photos with us on Facebook. We are also on Twitter @CAAHoops and encourage fans from all our schools to follow our tweets for all the latest league information. Be sure to tag all #CAAHoops-related tweets with our official hashtag #CAAHoops.

We are blogging at caamenshoops.wordpress.com and caawomenshoops.wordpress.com as well, so check out both "Hoop Scoop" and "Baseline Buzz" our official men's and women's hoops blogs to find additional information that may not be available here on CAASports.com.

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