NCAA Basketball: Armed Forces Classic A Great Idea
There is a basketball game in Asia being played tonight. Normally, that wouldn’t be particularly big news. The significance of this particular game between John Thompson III‘s Georgetown Hoyas and Dana Altman‘s Oregon Ducks is the fact that this is the first regular season college basketball [...]
Big East: Georgetown Hoyas Trap Game Against Conference Bottom Feeder Rutgers Scarlet Knights
The Georgetown Hoyas have a very good basketball program. It doesn’t matter which member of the Thompson family coaches the program, 20 wins seem like a given every year. This version of the Hoyas, John Thompson III version (Circa 2004), [...]
Georgetown Hoyas Discover Offensive Mojo in 68-56 win over St. John’s Red Storm
Wow, what was that? Who was that? The Georgetown Hoyas, owners of the second worst offense in the Big East Conference found their mojo in the first half against the St. John’s Red Storm and ran with it. The Hoyas [...]
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Georgetown Hoyas Coach John Thompson III Rejects the “Princeton” Label
Georgetown Hoyas coach John Thompson III rejects what he considers the media’s attempt to brand his team with the “Princeton Offense.” Perhaps weary of criticism of his team’s anemic offense, Thompson, who played and coached at Princeton, dismisses the label [...]
Is Georgetown Content With John Thompson III?
When you think of Georgetown basketball, you think of so much history and prestige. You think of all the highlights that have been played continuously, and the legacy that was left their by players who went on to become NBA [...]
Is Georgetown A Serious Contender in the Big East?
Can Georgetown be a serious contender for the Big East title? Looking at their record, the first answer you’re probably tempted to blurt out is no. They struggle to score points, despite their innate ability to play defense. Since John [...]
Catholic 7 Need Five Schools In Order to Cash In on Independence
Breaking away from the Big East is the popular thing to do right now, in fact its been popular since 2003 when Boston College, Miami and Virginia Tech bailed to join the ACC. Most recently the self appointed Catholic 7 [...]
Catholic Seven Discussed TV Deal, Possible Commissioner at Meeting
ESPN’s Darren Rovell is reporting(according to his sources) that the Catholic Seven met last night to discuss their potential picture-box deal with Fox as well as plans for the immediate future. The meeting was important for many reasons. The most of which, [...]
Early Upsets Aplenty Within the Big East Conference
The Big East Conference, as a conference, has almost completely crumbled. For the ranked teams in the Big East, they continue to fall as well. Most teams are two games in to their conference schedule, but already the mighty are [...]