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Topic - Xavier
The city's annual basketball game between Xavier and Cincinnati will return to campuses starting next season, a return to normal after an on-court brawl put the rivalry in jeopardy.
Xavier forward Justin Martin has decided to transfer for his final season, leaving the Musketeers without the top two scorers from last season's NCAA tournament team.
Two straight losses have hurt Georgetown's postseason outlook. We look at the damage and what fixer upper opportunities remain available with four games remaining.
Gone are Xavier, Butler, Temple and Charlotte — the first two to the Big East, the Owls to the American Athletic Conference and the 49ers to Conference USA. George Mason moves in from the Colonial Athletic Association and Davidson will join for 2014-15 from the Southern Conference.
The George Washington Colonials led defending Atlantic-10 champion Xavier for all but 4:19 Wednesday night. And on the game's final possession, they found themselves one point away from their first win over the Musketeers since Feb. 2, 2006.
"I'm not saying we're better, but there's a lot of very good teams in their league and we have a lot of depth as well," he added. "They have terrific programs with great history and so do we. It probably won't happen because of a lot of politics involved, but maybe we could set up a challenge."
"I think there were some times where we didn't have good communication on some of the ball-screen actions, and he got open and made some threes," Xavier guard Brad Redford said. "Heck of a shooter, heck of a player."