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Latest Julian Vaughn Items
Jason Clark smiled when the opening question posed at Thursday's media day was about Georgetown's brawl during a game against a Chinese team in August.
The old Capital Centre in Landover, once the home of the Washington Bullets, is now a memory, but still a very vivid one for former ball boy Jerai Grant.
CHICAGO -- In a corner of the Georgetown basketball team's locker room, Julian Vaughn sat next to two bottles of juice and a banana Thursday afternoon. Camera crews passed by in search of bigger names. Vaughn didn't mind.
As the final seconds drained away, Jason Clark's head hung low as he bit his jersey near center court at Madison Square Garden. On the bench, Julian Vaughn stared straight ahead, a white towel draped over his lap. And John Thompson III, the Georgetown basketball coach, thrust his hands deep into his pockets and didn't move.
Wearing a crisp suit and bandaged left hand, the easy answer could be found on the Georgetown basketball team’s bench.
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.
Ramone Moore scored a career-high 30 points and Temple held on to upset No. 9 Georgetown 68-65 on Thursday night.