For the 13th time this season the Hoyas hit the canvas, losing to St. John’s 59-56 in overtime Tuesday night, and there’s no doubt that Georgetown is now knocked out of any at-large discussion for the NCAA Tournament.
It looks like the Hoyas’ NCAA hopes are officially dashed after losing to Marquette and Louisville this past week. What would you like to see out of the Hoyas for the rest of the season?
If you happen to know a Georgetown Hoyas fan, forgive them if they seem on edge this weekend, it’s just because it feels like the next two seasons of Georgetown basketball may hang in the balance.
Remember a few weeks back when I said that Georgetown looked like a fine-tuned machine? Remember when I even went so far as to liken them to Voltron? Yeah, well, right now, the Hoyas are more like Johnny 5 from “Short Circuit.”
Yeah, it’s just one win. Sure, this guarantees nothing in terms of postseason success.
Are you surprised that Jim Zorn has kept his job after the collapse that kept them out of the playoffs? I probably would have been fired twice by now… Marty S.
More than anything else, the 2008-09 Georgetown Hoyas seem to be associated with absence.
“Davidson beat Georgetown. That’s all I have to say.” Those were the words of Davidson’s Max Paulhus Gosselin in Monday’s Washington Post. Their implication is clear — an underdog toppled a titan. It’s a huge story, and probably the biggest thus far in the 2008 NCAA Tournament.
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As far as prolific recruiting classes go, the four freshmen that took the court for the Georgetown Hoyas in 2004-05 did not appear particularly remarkable at first inspection. The big gangly dude was 7-foot-2, but still managed to miss layups a foot from the hoop. The short kid was a […]