2011-12 Big East Men's Basketball Schedule: Georgetown's Home and Home Matchups Released

Based on this slate, I'm not sure which game former President Clinton will be attending at the Verizon Center. (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images)

We have learned that Georgetown's 2011-12 Big East games will be the following:

Home Games: (Teams in italics are the teams Georgetown will play twice)

CINCINNATI
CONNECTICUT
MARQUETTE
NOTRE DAME
PROVIDENCE
RUTGERS
ST. JOHN'S
USF
VILLANOVA

Away Games after The Jump:

Away Games: (Teams in italics are the teams Georgetown will play twice)

DEPAUL
LOUISVILLE
MARQUETTE
PITTSBURGH
PROVIDENCE
ST. JOHN'S
SETON HALL
SYRACUSE
WEST VIRGINIA

Note right off the bat that Georgetown does not play Syracuse, Pitt, Louisville, or West Virginia at home next season. Add that to what will already be a weak non-conference home schedule and we might have more than a handful of unhappy season ticket owners.

If this list is indeed true (the official announcement isn't until tomorrow), it would appear that the early money on who our opponent will be for this season's "Gray Out" game would be Villanova or defending National Champion UConn.  The dates and times of the games will be announced at a later date.  

Egads.

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