Jason Clark spurs No. 9 Georgetown’s improbable 2nd-half rally over No. 20 Marquette

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But when it came down to finishing Georgetown’s biggest comeback victory since rallying from 17 down against Connecticut in Jan. 2010, it was the Hoyas’ upperclassmen who delivered the biggest blows.

Jason is a good player, and when he focuses in, you can’t score on him, and you can’t stop him from scoring,” Sims said. “He did that today in the second half.”

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