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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Blake Milton
Confetti flew through the air, and the sellout crowd stormed the field to celebrate Georgetown's 3-1 victory over San Diego in the Elite Eight. The Hoyas will advance to the Final Four in Hoover, Ala., to play Maryland (who won the semifinal against Louisville).
"I think if we would have kept it 1-0 for a little bit longer, I think we would have managed the game," Milton said. "But then they scored a minute later, and I think that broke our neck."
"San Diego is the epitome of resiliency. They've been down 1-nothing, on the road in all three games they've played coming into here," he said. "The fact that we got a goal back so fast was really important. It didn't turn into a game where they were suddenly going to sit in and try to keep a 1-nothing lead."