Georgetown basketball vs. South Florida: Hoyas’ defense stifles Bulls - The Washington Post
The Hoyas hold South Florida scoreless for nearly 11 minutes in the first half and shots start to fall in the second half.
Hoya Prospectus: Recap: Georgetown 75, USF 45
That's what made the first half so troublesome from the perspective of a Hoyas' fan - sure Georgetown lead by eight points at the break, but the Hoyas' inability to make shots was turning what should have been a laugher into a potential nightmare game before Georgetown headed up to Syracuse.
USF-Georgetown Haiku - Voodoo Five
I woke up for this? I'm really questioning why I woke up for this
More links after The Jump:Georgetown wakes up in time to hammer South Florida - Washington Times
Georgetown has shown a remarkable adaptability in playing to the preferred style of its opponents this season, whether running and gunning with Memphis or operating in a half-court battle with Providence.
USF Bulls routed 75-45 by No. 14 Georgetown Hoyas - Tampa Bay Times
WASHINGTON — USF already had the Big East's worst scoring offense. Saturday, the Bulls took it to a new level in a 75-45 loss at No. 14 Georgetown, shooting 31 percent and threatening its record for fewest points in a game.
The Hoya: Hoyas Explode in Second Half to Top Bulls
USF appeared lost on offense, reeling off a series of awful passes, sloppy displays of ballhandlng and badly missed three-pointers that could easily fill up a "Not Top 10" list on "SportsCenter."
No. 14 Georgetown defeats South Florida 75-45 - Boston.com
A just-for-fun alley-oop dunk by Aaron Bowen accounted the game’s final points, making for a 30-point margin of victory.
A pretty easy morning: Hoyas have no trouble in running of the Bulls | Washington Examiner
"We felt we were getting stops, and we knew the shots were going to start going in," Hoyas coach John Thompson III said, reflecting on how Georgetown had a 23-15 halftime lead despite a 9:29 stretch without a field goal. "I think they had 15 points at halftime, and probably half of those we gave them."