The Washington Times - December 8, 2008, 08:30PM

No, that’s not a misprint.

Georgetown is up 42 at halftime.


Savannah State has made six shots. Georgetown has missed eight.

The Hoyas own a 27-10 rebounding edge, and I really don’t plan to bore you with any more stats. They’re all lopsided.

In case anyone’s curious, the lowest output allowed in the JT3 era was 32 to Winston-Salem State in December 2006. The largest output by the Hoyas was 110 last season against Radford.

The best thing going for the Tigers is that no single player is outscoring them. But before a buzzer-beating 3 to end the first half, Greg Monroe and DaJuan Summers (10 points each) were close.

More after the game, but needless to say the only questions left are how much (will Georgetown score) and how little (will Savannah State score).

Patrick Stevens