Georgetown Hoyas’ Season Opener Against Oregon Ducks A Challenge
The Georgetown Hoyas will have a tough game right off of the bat, opening up the 2013-14 college basketball season against the Oregon Ducks on Nov. 8 in South Korea. With that in mind, the Hoyas will have a tough […]
Bubble Watch: Georgetown Fails to Bolster Resume in Loss
In a game that meant more to Georgetown than Villanova, the Hoyas never had a chance. After winning the Big East regular season title in its previous game, Villanova took care of Georgetown fairly easily on Saturday afternoon in a […]
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Georgetown Set To Face Challenge In Young, Talented St. John’s
One of Saturday’s most intriguing matchups features the experienced, fundamental players from Georgetown taking on the young, raw talent from St. John’s. The Georgetown Hoyas (9-3, 1-0 in Big East Conference play) are riding a two-game winning streak while the […]
Georgetown Hoyas Will Compete In Big East Despite Three Losses Already
The Georgetown Hoyas already have three losses on the season, but they will still compete for a Big East title. Georgetown was blown out by Kansas last game, but that is okay. The Jayhawks are easily one of the most […]
Can UCLA Transfer Josh Smith Play A Bigger Role For Georgetown Hoyas?
I doubt UCLA transfer Josh Smith will play 30+ minutes per game for the Georgetown Hoyas, but can he play a bigger role for the team in the 2013-14 college basketball season? Smith previously averaged 5.2 points per game and […]
Should the Georgetown Hoyas Be Ranked In the Top 25?
The Georgetown Hoyas managed to earn a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament last year, but they aren’t even ranked in the USA Today Coaches Poll to start the 2013-14 college basketball season. Should they be ranked? If Otto […]
Are the Georgetown Hoyas A Top 5 Team In the Big East?
The Georgetown Hoyas did not have the best offseason of all time or anything close to it. They lost Otto Porter Jr. to the NBA draft and Greg Whittington tore his ACL. With that in mind, are the Hoyas a […]
Georgetown Hoyas Will Succeed Without Otto Porter Jr.
Otto Porter Jr. was easily the best player on the Georgetown Hoyas last season, but the team will still succeed in the 2013-14 college basketball season without him. Every other player will be back on this team, so life is […]
One Player Makes A Big Difference For Georgetown Hoyas
The Georgetown Hoyas were one of the best teams in the regular season during the 2012-13 college basketball season. However, one player makes a big difference for this team. If Otto Porter Jr. would have returned, the Hoyas would most […]