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Chris Wright scored 20 points, Austin Freeman added 17 despite limping badly off the court in the first half, and No. 11 Georgetown survived the run-'em-ragged strategy of Marquette coach Buzz Williams to win its eighth straight game, beating the Golden Eagles 69-60 Sunday.
Austin Freeman had 14 points to lead four Georgetown players in double figures, and the 11th-ranked Hoyas rallied late to beat No. 12 Syracuse 64-56 on Wednesday night.
When Big East preseason player of the year Austin Freeman scored 31 points in one of the most exciting college basketball games this season — Georgetown's 111-102 overtime win over Missouri last month — the Hoyas senior guard wasn't asked a single question in the interview room afterward.
When Big East preseason player of the year Austin Freeman scored 31 points in one of the most exciting college basketball games this season _ Georgetown's 111-102 overtime win over Missouri last month _ the Hoyas senior guard wasn't asked a single question in the interview room afterward.
Georgetown's latest nonconference test gave coach John Thompson III a chance to prove a point. It turns out his team doesn't need to make a bunch of 3-pointers to win a game.
Hollis Thompson scored 18 points, Chris Wright added 17 and No. 20 Georgetown used a 15-0 second half run to power past North Carolina State 82-67 and win the Charleston Classic on Sunday night.
When Georgetown's name flashed on the screen as the No. 2 seed in the Midwest bracket of the NCAA tournament, the large contingent of students gathered in O'Donovan Dining Hall to watch the selection show erupted. Sitting clustered in the center of the cafeteria, the Georgetown players did not.
Posting its first tip-to-whistle domination of the month, No. 12 Georgetown turned in a 73-53 smothering of Cincinnati yesterday at Verizon Center to reclaim command of the Big East regular-season race.
Fortunately for No. 9 Georgetown, basketball isn't scored according to aesthetics.