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Topic - Tommy Muller
One by one, Georgetown men's soccer players crumbled to the ground when the clock struck zero. The Hoyas' unexpected run to the College Cup final finally hit a wall Sunday.
Indiana's slogan is the "Quest for 8," a nod to the Hoosiers' dominant men's soccer history while eying an eighth national title. Georgetown's only slogan all season was "Red Bull" – as in reach Red Bull Arena for the Big East championships.
Georgetown may be the new kid on the block at this weekend's College Cup, the final four of NCAA soccer, but that doesn't mean the Hoyas are going to be star-struck.
"By the time I turned around, I saw it kind of dropping and I thought it was going in and then it hit the post," Muller said. "I was kind of trying to get anything on it and it ended up going the right way, but not good enough."
"We're going to take the mistakes or miscommunications from that game and fix it for the final," Muller said. "It's not something we're dwelling on, though."