Nathan Fenno looks in on the Georgetown Hoyas and collegiate sports.
SAN ANTONIO -- The busiest man at Virginia Commonwealth University closed on a new home Tuesday, awaits the arrival of his first child in a month and a half and coordinates media relations for one of country's hottest basketball teams.
CHICAGO -- When Jamie Skeen gets his way, life is difficult for anyone guarding him.
CHICAGO -- Beating Southern California late Wednesday night came with a price for Virginia Commonwealth: Lack of sleep. A lot of it.
CHICAGO -- Twenty questions were asked during Georgetown's press conference Thursday at the United Center. Half concerned Chris Wright's infamous left hand.
CHICAGO -- On Selection Sunday, ESPN analyst Jay Bilas wasn't happy. He ripped Virginia Commonwealth's pick for the NCAA Tournament, between plugging his former Duke teammate Tommy Amaker's NIT-bound Harvard program.
CHICAGO -- A few minutes before midnight Wednesday, Georgetown finally learned its opponent for Friday's NCAA Tournament opener.
Late tonight Georgetown will finally learn whether it will face USC or VCU in the NCAA Tournament Friday.
Almost three weeks have passed since Chris Wright broke a bone in his left hand. His phone hasn't stopped ringing. So many calls and texts came that Wright posted a message on Twitter last week asking people to leave him alone.
Yes, Chris Wright will play in the NCAA Tournament. Since Wright broke a bone in his left hand Feb. 23, Georgetown maintained he'd be back in time for the NCAA Tournament.
Support for the Georgetown basketball team is coming from an unusual area.
Chris Wright, owner of the most scrutinized left hand in Washington these days, isn’t the only player the Georgetown basketball team misses. There’s the old Julian Vaughn.
As expected, Georgetown point guard Chris Wright won't play today against UConn in the Big East Tournament at Madison Square Garden.
Georgetown's trip to New York for the Big East Tournament looks like a stroll around the block compared to the journey awaiting the team this summer.
Six days from Selection Sunday, a consensus is emerging about Georgetown's landing spot in the NCAA Tournament.
Georgetown caught a break Saturday as the jumble of Big East Tournament seeding possibilities sorted itself out.
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