- The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Last night at Memorial Gymnasium in Nashville, Tenn.:

SEEN AND HEARD

Junior guard Tyler Crawford did not dress for the game because of illness. No specifics were given, but Crawford’s absence was felt on the defensive end as the 6-foot-3, 205-pound swingman certainly would have drawn the duty of guarding 6-6 Vanderbilt standout Shan Foster.

BY THE NUMBERS

7:22 First-half minutes logged by Georgetown junior forward Jeff Green, who picked up his second foul on a silly reach-in with 12:38 before intermission. He spent the remainder of the half on the bench. Georgetown led 15-4 when Green exited with five points and two assists. The Hoyas’ offense devolved without the standout on the floor. Georgetown clung to a 39-35 lead at the break.

PT for PE

Playing in just his second game for the program that his father carried to three Final Four appearances, Patrick Ewing Jr. showed both his leaping ability and 3-point touch in the opening half, scoring five points on an athletic tip-in and a 3-pointer from deep on the wing.

Barker Davis


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