The Washington Times - December 9, 2008, 08:39AM

You’d think Georgetown’s starters last night would have gaudy plus-minus numbers, since they played plenty in a 100-38 rout of Savannah State.

And you’d be right.

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But since those were the guys who were playing when it was “only” 17-7, and those were also the guys on the floor when Savannah State drilled a bunch of 3-pointers to begin the second half, their numbers aren’t quite so glitzy as the Hoyas’ reserves.

Namely Jason Clark.

The backup guard played 22 minutes. When he was on the floor, Georgetown outscored Savannah State by 45.

That’s nuts.

Henry Sims‘ total (18 minutes, +36) was nearly as impressive.

Here’s the breakdown by half, and afterward let’s never speak of this demolition again – unless another entry pops into my head later this morning.

Player1st half
2nd half
+/-
3-Summers+21+4+25
4-Wright+28+4+32
5-Mescheriakov 
+7+23+30
10-Monroe+29+2+31
11-JansenDNP+3+3
15-Freeman+22-1+21
20-Clark+23+22+45 
21-Sapp+300+30
22-Vaughn+13+18+31
30-Sims+20+16+36
31-Wattad+17+9+26

Patrick Stevens