After ugly 46-40 win over Towson, should Georgetown’s offense be of concern? | CollegeBasketballTalk
This is a danger going forward for those looking for Georgetown to succeed in Big East play and moving forward into March. If the offense goes cold, they could have big problems against tougher teams
Towson Tigers vs. Georgetown Hoyas - Recap - December 08, 2012 - ESPN
The first time it was kind of funny. Win a game with 37 points? Hadn't seen anything like that since elementary school. The second time, Georgetown coach John Thompson III was more defensive about the offensiveness of his offense. He said he was concerned about the No. 15 Hoyas' lack of scoring in Saturday's 46-40 win over Towson, but not overly concerned. He insisted he has "good offensive players," but he said they are "immature offensively" and "have a lot of growing up to do."
Postgame Quotes - Georgetown University Official Athletic Site
On Georgetown's defense... It was one of those games where we said, "let's make this as ugly as possible." I think you guys have heard me say, we can win in different ways. We can win at a fast pace, we can win at a slow pace, we can win what purists may call pretty, but we can also win ugly. I thought in the second half we had to win ugly today the way the first half went. We wanted to just pound it inside and our guys figured out if we keep doing that we're going to get fouled because of how they were playing us. Defensively we junked it up a little bit.
Recap: Georgetown vs. Towson | College Mens Basketball - The News Tribune
"I was pretty pumped up coming back to Verizon Center," said Benimon. "It was a good experience, I'm still pretty cool with the coaches and a couple of the players, so it was fun to see them again."
No. 15 Hoyas Claim ‘Ugly’ Win « CBS DC
“He might know what we are trying to do more than some of the guys in our locker room,” Thompson III joked about Benimon’s knowledge of the Georgetown offense as compared to some of his current roster. “He’s a very smart player and he’s a tough player.”
Nothing pretty about Georgetown's victory over Towson | WashingtonExaminer.com
"It was a little weird just because I played with him freshman year and we relatively play the same position and kind of know each other's tendencies," Lubick said. "But it was a good experience."
No. 15 Hoyas struggle to score in too-close win over Towson - The Washington Post
With the outcome in the balance throughout, Thompson didn’t have the luxury to give his bench much seasoning. He played just seven players, with Jabril Trawick (four rebounds, two steals) and D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera (one point, three rebounds) in the mix for 20 and 17 minutes, respectively.
No. 15 Georgetown vs. Towson final score: Hoyas win ugly, 46-40 - SBNation.com
Despite losing, Towson out-rebounded Georgetown 33-26, and had a better percentage from the field, shooting 31.9 percent. Towson, though, only attempted eight free throws as a team, whereas Georgetown had 24 attempts at the line.
Georgetown has another woeful offensive display in narrow Towson win
The Hoyas held Towson scoreless for almost the final five minutes to recover from a 17-point first half. Yikes. At one point, Georgetown was shooting 9%. Where is Jack Taylor when you need him?
G L I D E H O Y A S: 11 steals
The Hoyas had to get the win. Once gain, they played tough defense It pulled them through. A good defensive highlight for the Hoyas was eleven steals, Towson only two. Some of those steals were during crucial moments of the game which was good. Some were make up steals also. Well needed! Smile.