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The Unforgivable Sin: Georgetown season ticket holders who sold their tickets to Syracuse fans

You know who you are, and I hope you are suffering immeasurable pain not only for your unforgivable act of treason, but also for missing out on one of the greatest and most satisfying Georgetown milestone victories/celebrations in our basketball program's history. "Our hatred is eternal" for Syracuse and anyone who sold their Georgetown season tickets to Syracuse fans who, thankfully, suffered more than anyone on Saturday. And to be fair, the amount of orange present in the lower sections has declined dramatically over the past few years. Rightfully so! That said, in the spirit of our old "Traitor List", I would like to publicly call out Georgetown season ticketholders who sold themselves out beginning with the owners of Seats 10 and 11 in Section 109. Eternal shame on you for allowing two Orange-clad enemies to penetrate the roaring sea of loyal grey so close to our home court. Inability to attend the game or profit motivations are no excuse. In my opinion, it is your OBLIGATION to ensure those tickets remain in the hands of Georgetown faithful. JTII, the team, the Hoop Club, the students, the Stonewalls, the cheerleaders, the band, the Gatling Gun guy, and all of your other fellow fans who are doing so much to support this team and establish a permanent home court advantage in a giant NBA arena located in a major, metropolitan area deserve nothing less. Let's keep Verizon grey on game day...Forever!

Stay Casual, my friends.

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