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  • Georgetown 77, Elon 74

    Dec. 4, 2016

    Georgetown held off a late rally to defeat Elon 77-74 at Verizon Center Sunday.

    The Hoyas led by eight with 2:36 to play but suffered two turnovers, a missed layup and three missed free throws which gave Elon a chance to win the game at the end. Instead, senior guard Luke Eddy drove inside to set up a perimeter pass instead of taking the three, and the Phoenix (6-2) ran out of time for the game tying shot.

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  • Georgetown 96, Coppin State 44

    Nov. 30, 2016

    A 27-1 Georgetown run put this one away early, as Georgetown breezed past a winless Coppin State team, 96-44, at Verizon Center Tuesday.

    The Hoyas led by 41 at the break, 61-20, and led by as many as 58. Rodney Pryor led all scorers with 30 points, reached four minutes after halftime.

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  • Georgetown 85, Howard 72

    Nov. 27, 2016

    Georgetown raced out to a 16-0 lead on the winless Howard Bison but continued to show signs of a team that will struggle mightily going forward.

    The Hoyas gave up 18 turnovers and were outrebounded at key stretches of the second half, which allowed the Bison to close to eight with 6:21 remaining but no closer, as Georgetown picked up the 85-72 win before a small crowd at Verizon Center. Rodney Pryor scored 26 points to lead all Hoya scorers.

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  • Oklahoma State 97, Georgetown 70

    Nov. 23, 2016

    Not even close.

    Despite shooting 50 percent for the game, 28 Georgetown turnovers led to 41 Oklahoma State points in a 97-70 rout in the 3rd place game of the Maui Invitational Wednesday.

    The 28 turnovers is the most allowed by any Georgetown team since 1994. The margin of defeat is the largest suffered on a neutral court since 1974. After six games, the 2-4 record is its worst since the ill-fated 1971-72 season.

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  • Wisconsin 73, Georgetown 57

    Nov. 22, 2016

    Last night we wrote that "What a difference a half can make in the Maui Invitational." Let's say it again: What a difference a half can make in the Maui Invitational.

    From a three point difference at intermission, the Wisconsin Badgers outhustled the Georgetown Hoyas at every turn, holding the Hoyas to just one offensive rebound in 40 minutes in a 73-57 win in the Maui Invitational semifinals. The Hoyas were outrebounded by an astounding 50-21.

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The New Nova?

TheRinger.com

"The progress toward redemption may have begun, but until then, we won't know how much further the program has to go."

Can GU be Relevant Again?

ESPN.com

"Why hasn't Georgetown...been around for the second weekend of the NCAA tournament since 2007?"

In The Huddle: Kaleb Johnson

GUHoyas.com

Q&A with sophomore forward.

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HISTORY

The Sweater Game

The $12.50 list price of tickets were being scalped for $300 a piece...the highest priced tickets in the Garden since Ali-Frazier I."