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Time is running out for Georgetown's Markel Starks and Nate Lubick. That's how it goes for seniors which is why the pair are doing all they can to extend the Hoyas' campaign.
Jabril Trawick's return boosted the Hoyas in several ways. Two wins, sure. What else? "When he's out there, a lot of his teammates have more courage."
With injuries and players lost for personal reasons, it hasn't been an ideal season for Georgetown. Finally, Hoyas coach John Thompson III let out some emotion.
About midway through the first half of Georgetown's game against Butler on Saturday, the Hoyas were playing like the team that had lost five consecutive games a couple weeks ago.
With first-year coach Mike Brennan leading the way, the American University men's basketball team is enjoying the spoils of an 11-game winning streak and a 10-0 mark thus far in Patriot League play.
For one half of Georgetown's 71-59 win Monday over DePaul, it looked like the Hoyas would squander any boost from their upset win Saturday over No. 9 Michigan State.
Georgetown ended its 5-game losing streak Saturday against Michigan State. Now the Hoyas aim for their first Big East win since January 11 on Monday night at DePaul
Otto Porter's rookie season started with the training staff and now remains largely stuck in neutral. Some are doubting his future. Porter's college coach at Georgetown does not share their opinion.
Lots of turnovers. Lots of fouls. For Villanova coach Jay Wright, it was also lots of fun - although it's safe to say he felt that way only because his team won.