Predicting The Big East Part Deux: How Many Wins Will Georgetown Have?

We first ran this feature on December 27th.  Back then it was still 2010, we didn't have a new Speaker of the House, and we didn't have countless questions about the gender of Ke$ha.  An overwhelming 78% of Hoya faithful assumed that Georgetown would win between 12 and 15 games in Big East conference play.  Since the article ran, we have squeaked by Depaul and lost two games on the road to St. John's and Notre Dame. 

Connecticut, another team previously ranked in the top 10, has also lost two road games.  Now that we have a better feel for the brutality of the Big East this year, we ask you – the loyal reader – to predict our total wins for the rest of the Big East season.

After The Jump, our schedule and one man's predictions.

 

January 8 - West Virginia

Prediction:  WIN

January 12 - Pittsburgh

Prediction:  loss

January 15 - @Rutgers

Prediction:  WIN

January 18 - @Seton Hall

Prediction:  WIN

January 26 - St. John's

Prediction:  WIN

January 29 - @Villanova

Prediction:  loss

January 31 - Louisville

Prediction:  WIN

February 5 - Providence

Prediction:  WIN

February 9 - @Syracuse

Prediction:  loss

February 13 - Marquette

Prediction:  loss

February 16 - @Connecticut

Prediction:  WIN

February 19 - @South Florida

Prediction:  WIN

February 23 - Cincinnati

Prediction:  WIN

February 26 - Syracuse

Prediction:  WIN

March 5 - @Cincinnati

Prediction:  WIN

So there you have it.  12-6 is my prediction.

What is yours?

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