"George Mason sensed the moment," wrote sportswriter Jon Siegel in reference to the final minutes of George Mason University`s stunning upset over No. 1 seed U. of Connecticut. The same exact sentence could be applied to another "moment" in history. One delegate at the Constitutional Convention was faced in September 1787 with grave misgivings over the convention`s final product. When the time came for the delegates to affix their signatures to the document, " George Mason sensed the moment."
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