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Georgetown vs NC State: Prediction

March 17th, 2012
Hollis Thompson made the game-winning basket

(3) Georgetown vs. (11) North Carolina State: Midwest Region

 

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Georgetown vs Belmont: Prediction

March 14th, 2012

(3) Georgetown vs. (14) Belmont: Midwest Region

 

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Henson's Wrist Will Shape Carolina's Journey: Midwest Region Thoughts

March 12th, 2012
How effective will Henson be?

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How the Midwest Region shakes out will ultimately be determined by the John Henson's left wrist, which he injured on a hard fall in their quarterfinal win over Maryland on Friday. North Carolina has said that the junior big man is ready to go this week, and to be fair it was better to give Henson the two days to heal as opposed to put him at risk to reinjury.

Marquette vs Georgetown: Prediction & Fan Poll

March 2nd, 2012
Marquette guard Darius Johnson-OdomNO. 12 GEORGETOWN (22-6, 12-5 Big East) AT NO. 7 MARQUETTE (24-6, 13-4 Big East)

 

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Hoyas Send Seniors Out With a Win

February 27th, 2012
Greg Whittington scored a season-high 15 points

One of the first things a team has to do when taking on Notre Dame is defend the three-point line, because even though the Irish shoot just 32.8% from beyond the arc they rely on the shot a great deal. According to statsheet.com Notre Dame scores 29.4% of its points on three-point shots, a number that ranks third in the Big East behind Cincinnati and Seton Hall. Georgetown knew what they had to limit on Monday night and they did so, getting out to the Notre Dame shooters and limiting them to 3-for-17 in the 59-41 win.

#8 Georgetown vs. #18 Notre Dame: Monday's Preview

February 27th, 2012
Hollis Thompson made the game-winning basket

The current era of college sports means that fans have become used to conference foes meeting for the first time in a season in late February, as is the case with #18 Notre Dame (20-9, 12-4) visiting #8 Georgetown (21-6, 11-5) on Monday night. Both teams lost games in the tri-state area over the last five days with the Hoyas getting blown out at Seton Hall and Notre Dame losing at St. John's on Saturday, but these are still teams that can make noise in New York next week.