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RICHMOND, Va. – It is well known that the Virginia Commonwealth University men's basketball program has one of the most passionate fan bases.

The fan base who has been waiting since early April to plan their trips in 2010-11 does not have to wait any more as the Rams released a tentative full schedule for Havoc. 2.0. (There may be some minor date changes due to television schedule)

After spending the month of November in non-conference play, the Black & Gold open up their Colonial Athletic Association slate with a December 4th home date against the Tribe of William & Mary.

Six more non-conference game throughout the last month of 2010 and bring VCU into 2011, debuting with a Jan. 3rd road trip to Atlanta for a showdown with Georgia State.

Bruiser Flint and the Drexel Dragons visit Richmond on Jan. 5th before the Rams hit the road for games at UNC Wilmington (Jan. 8th) and William & Mary (Jan. 12th).

Revenge will be on VCU's mind when the Northeastern Huskies come to the Siegel Center Jan. 15th, followed by a visit from Georgia State on Jan. 19th.

The rivalry with the Monarchs of ODU is revisited when the Rams travel to Norfolk on Jan. 22, followed with a trip to Towson on Jan. 24th.

VCU returns home for games against Hofstra (Jan. 26th) and UNC Wilmington (Jan. 29th) before going through a tough road journey that takes them to Northeastern (Feb. 2nd), James Madison (Feb. 5th) and Delaware (Feb. 9th).

Two highly-anticipated home games come in mid-February with ODU coming to town on the 12th and George Mason following on the 15th.

A quick road contest at Drexel (Feb. 23rd) preludes the final home game and senior day for Joey Rodriguez, Ed Nixon, Brandon Rozzell and Jamie Skeen on Feb. 26th when JMU comes to the Siegel Center.

The full TV schedule, which will change dates and times is likely to be released sometime in October.