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Nathan Fenno looks in on the Georgetown Hoyas and collegiate sports.

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Media requests swamp Richmond, VCU

SAN ANTONIO -- The busiest man at Virginia Commonwealth University closed on a new home Tuesday, awaits the arrival of his first child in a month and a half and coordinates media relations for one of country's hottest basketball teams.

Long, late night for VCU

CHICAGO -- Beating Southern California late Wednesday night came with a price for Virginia Commonwealth: Lack of sleep. A lot of it.

Wright's hand 'back to normal'

CHICAGO -- Twenty questions were asked during Georgetown's press conference Thursday at the United Center. Half concerned Chris Wright's infamous left hand.

VCU links: Smart pokes Bilas

CHICAGO -- On Selection Sunday, ESPN analyst Jay Bilas wasn't happy. He ripped Virginia Commonwealth's pick for the NCAA Tournament, between plugging his former Duke teammate Tommy Amaker's NIT-bound Harvard program.

First look at VCU

CHICAGO -- A few minutes before midnight Wednesday, Georgetown finally learned its opponent for Friday's NCAA Tournament opener.

Wright's return and other notes

Almost three weeks have passed since Chris Wright broke a bone in his left hand. His phone hasn't stopped ringing. So many calls and texts came that Wright posted a message on Twitter last week asking people to leave him alone.

Saturday night seed update

Yes, Chris Wright will play in the NCAA Tournament. Since Wright broke a bone in his left hand Feb. 23, Georgetown maintained he'd be back in time for the NCAA Tournament.