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Here are what the professionals are saying after Georgetown's tough loss at Marquette yesterday.
Georgetown basketball vs. Marquette: Missed free throw dooms Hoyas in 49-48 loss - The Washington Post
Georgetown’s Greg Whittington misses a late game-tying free throw as the Hoyas fall in their first true road game.
Hoyas Suffer Narrow Loss in Conference Opener - Sports - The Hoya
Despite yet another anemic offensive performance, the Georgetown men’s basketball team (10-2, 0-1 Big East) had a chance to pull out a win in its Big East opener at Marquette (11-3, 2-0 Big East).
Marquette outlasts Georgetown, 49-48, to win fourth straight - Milwaukee Marquette Golden Eagles | Examiner.com
For the second time in four days, the blue and gold have endured a blood pressure-rising, white knuckle, down-to-the-wire finish—and have emerged victorious in each instance.
Georgetown vs. Marquette - Recap - January 05, 2013 - College Basketball - SI.com
Whittington only had made 62 percent of his free throws this season, but he confidently swished the first two before Williams decided to ice the Georgetown forward. "The way he stepped up and hit those first two I was, I guess, not so confident he would miss the third one, but I sure was glad he did," Lockett said.
BIG EAST GameThread No. 2: Marquette (10-3) vs. Georgetown (10-1) - Anonymous Eagle
Go forth and set the world on fire.
G L I D E H O Y A S: Nailbiter loss it was
As a fan I defintely believe in my team as whole. I think they are ready if their name is called. Just guide them through it as their playing. They will be fine. I'm sure the Hoyas will regroup and get back down to business because they'll be playing a lot more. There will be no more long lay offs. It's Big East conference time. It's not only an adventure, it's a journey.