"What resonated more than anything else, though, was just how easy it looked. Duke had been outclassed. In 2006, Georgetown had caught Goliath by surprise in the first half, and went to halftime with a 14-point lead. But after that, Duke chipped away at the big lead and nearly won it, as the Hoyas hung on for dear life. Georgetown may have won the game, but Duke was still the better team. Had the game been five minutes longer, J.J. Redick and Co. would have come out on top.
But on Saturday, the two teams could have played 80 minutes, and Duke wouldn't have had a prayer. Guards, big men, offense, defense—on every level, Georgetown was just superior. How did we get here? It's like Goliath got slow and weak, and David got big and strong. And badass."