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American University and George Mason will kick off their conference openers this week and both will go on the road to face their conference’s preseason favorite. The Eagles will make the trip to Bucknell on Friday while the Patriots will square off against Rhode Island on Saturday. Before the season,Read More →

Hoyas guard J Mulmore driving the ball

When Patrick Ewing took the Georgetown job, so much of the focus was put on the coaching differences between the NBA and College Basketball. And, just like anything else, some of those points were valid and others weren’t. As time goes on, the NBA looks more like FIBA and lessRead More →

Hoyas Bulldog

Georgetown struggled early but pulled away for a 75-63 victory over North Texas. Coach Patrick Ewing acknowledged that there was a bit of a hangover after the loss to Syracuse. “They were sluggish. I kept pushing them and pushing them to get over the Syracuse game” Ewing said. That wasRead More →

Morsell celebrating for Maryland

As the DMV saw their first snow, they are starting to see the last stretch of out of conference games. Only the University of Maryland have had their first conference tests. That resulted in a home loss to Purdue and a road win at Illinois. Georgetown, George Mason, George Washington,Read More →

Jessie Govan going up for a rebound

Georgetown came into tonight’s game looking to extend their winning streak to 7 games against their hometown neighbors, Howard University. For those who thought the game would be over very early was wrong as Howard kept pushing their neighbors. Kaleb Johnson got off to a quick start for the HoyasRead More →

Coach Steve Alford

When LaVar Ball climbed up to Mount Ball with his stone tablet to announce that LiAngelo Ball was leaving the UCLA program, there was a collective cheer from the masses. They were happy to see the most famous carnival barker get his comeuppance. That, I can understand. Like the Kardashians,Read More →