Bracket Watch: Hoyas Back in NCAA Tournament Picture

Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Georgetown's win over Providence last night has elevated the Hoyas into the NCAA Tournament field according to the 'Bracketology' experts:

USA TODAY Sports' NCAA tournament Bracketology
Last 5 in: Oregon, Providence, Richmond, Georgetown, St. Joe's

NCAA College Basketball Tournament Bracket Predictions - CBSSports.com
Last four in: Oregon, Missouri, Georgetown, Richmond

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The Hoyas, winners of four straight, will be back in the projected field of 68 later today, while the Friars will remain, a mere five spots above the cut line.

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Georgetown sneaks in the last spot with a win over Providence tonight. The first four would be: Georgetown vs Oregon and Providence vs Richmond in Dayton.

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Georgetown: The Hoyas have won four in a row after an 83-71 defeat of Providence to salvage a season split at home. Georgetown (15-9, 6-6 Big East) now has a critical road swing to St. John's and Seton Hall and plays only two of its final six regular-season games at home. But the Hoyas, even short-handed, have done an excellent job of getting back in the hunt this month.

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