The Morning After: Georgetown Hoyas v. Notre Dame Fighting Irish

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Hoyas Blow Out Irish in South Bend - Sports - The Hoya
And so the roller-coaster ride continues. Georgetown (13-4, 3-3 Big East) laid a 63-47 beating on No. 24 Notre Dame (15-4, 3-3 Big East) Monday night in South Bend, Ind., where the Irish had won 47 of their last 49 games.

Vox Populi - The Georgetown Voice Blog
A suffocating defensive effort by the Hoyas held the Fighting Irish to season lows in points, field goal percentage, and assists. Georgetown, on the other hand, shot 53 percent from the field, one of its best shooting nights in conference play. Midway through the second half the Blue and Gray registered 18 consecutive points.

Georgetown beats No. 24 Notre Dame 63-47 - NCAA - SI.com
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - Georgetown didn't play as well defensively against No. 24 Notre Dame on Monday night as it did last season, when it held the Fighting Irish to their lowest point total in nearly four years.

Hoya Prospectus: Game stats: Georgetown 63, Notre Dame 47
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Good Georgetown shows up, beats Notre Dame on the road | CollegeBasketballTalk
Monday night, the good Georgetown showed up at the Joyce Center and the Hoyas rode 19 points from Otto Porter and actually held Notre Dame under 50 in a 63-47 victory.

G L I D E H O Y A S: Historic day and good Hoya win on Martin Luther King Day!
A very historic Martin Luther King Day and the second swearing in of our 44th President Barack Obama here in the nation's capital. It's wasn't a bad thing to also have my favorite college hoops team the Hoyas play and have a big 63-47 win on the road.

Georgetown basketball rolls, holding Notre Dame to lowest point total at home since 1972 - The Washington Post
Irish held to lowest point total at home since 1972 as Georgetown’s Otto Porter, reserves lead crucial win.

Georgetown Hoyas vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish - Recap - January 21, 2013 - ESPN
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Notre Dame coach Mike Brey didn't know what to say to his team after being thoroughly beaten by Georgetown in one of the worst home losses in recent memory for the Fighting Irish.

UPDATE: Notre Dame men's basketball: Irish endure 'thorough beating' - South Bend Tribune
SOUTH BEND -- They had designs of taking this season to places it had never before gone at Notre Dame, of chasing down a Big East regular-season championship and playing for a league tournament. But a dismantling at home at the hands of an unranked league opponent, albeit one that played really well Monday, left the No. 24 Notre Dame men's basketball team nowhere near the league's elite.

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