- The Washington Times - Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Last night at Louis Brown Athletic Center in Piscataway, N.J.:


Georgetown’s Patrick Ewing Jr. came all the way across the lane to tip in a Jon Wallace miss from 3-point range and draw a foul in the process for a three-point play. Ewing, who continues to give John Thompson III instant energy off the bench, put the Hoyas ahead 17-6 with 7:42 remaining in the first half.


“It’s OK. We’re a football school.”

— A Rutgers fan sitting directly behind press row after the Scarlet Knights fell behind 28-13 at halftime


4-for-23 Shooting for Rutgers (17.4 percent) in the first half. Some of the Scarlet Knights’ futility was caused by Georgetown’s solid defensive effort. But Rutgers entered the game as one of the nation’s worst shooting teams and cemented that status with a poor effort.

Barker Davis

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