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Hollis Thompson and Jason Clark scored 13 points each and No. 10 Georgetown shut down Providence's shooters for the second time this season in a 63-53 victory Saturday night.
Don't expect coach John Thompson III to preserve the tapes of Saturday's game as an example of the pinnacle of Georgetown basketball.
When Providence made the Final Four in 1987, Ed Cooley was a 17-year-old high schooler hoping to one day suit up for his hometown Friars.