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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Bill Coen
The Huskies (2-2) trailed by as many as 14 in the first half, but repeatedly outmuscled the Hoyas (1-2) underneath in the closing minutes.
We look at Georgetown's potential run through this week's tournament. The field includes Kansas State, Michigan, VCU and Northeastern, the Hoyas opening foe.
"I thought in the first time we were a little bit, maybe awe-struck," Northeastern coach Bill Coen said. "We had some turnovers that we don't normally have and we had some fouls that put us in some rotation problems... Once we figured out we could just play basketball, that helped us."
"I don't know if we have an answer for that just yet," Coen said on a recent conference call when asked about the Hoyas' sizable frontcourt. "They've been playing really, really well. They have a tradition of always having great frontcourts. We'll probably have to play some zone and try to keep the ball from getting in there."