- The Washington Times - Sunday, January 20, 2002

Seen and heard yesterday at MCI Center:
WHAT IF? The Hoyas certainly didn't help themselves with mental mistakes. Along with some silly fouls to end the first half, two lane violations against the Hoyas during two separate free throws by Jaron Brown in the second half negated missed shots. Given two second chances, Brown knocked the free throws down, providing the difference in the game. Oh yeah, his tip with eight seconds left was big, too.
LITTLE WILSON Sophomore forward/center Wesley Wilson played just nine minutes yesterday nearly 15 below his average and recorded four points and no rebounds. Georgetown coach Craig Esherick said Wilson's minutes were a product of the Hoyas needing to become quicker and to be able to apply fullcourt defensive pressure after they fell behind in the second half. As a result, Courtland Freeman and Victor Samnick, both quicker forwards, played 17 and 15 minutes, respectively.
Duff Durkin


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