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The Morning After: Post Game Articles & Quotes

Media coverage of yesterday's affair against American, not much because DC was more concerned with the snow.

"I think we are a significantly better team this year than we were at the start of the season," Thompson said. "Hopefully, we keep moving in that direction. We're getting better."

American University Eagles vs. Georgetown Hoyas - Recap - December 05, 2009 - ESPN

"They just do a great job with Monroe and [Julian] Vaughn and Sims of taking away any shots you get inside," Jones said. "I think [Georgetown] has the ability to be very good. Certainly from what I saw where I sat today and what I saw on film, I think they have a chance to be one of the best teams in the nation by the season's end."

In win, Georgetown preps for tough stretch - Washington Times


The game marked the end of a three-game, feel-good homestand for the No. 16 Hoyas and was the final tuneup before they face their first ranked opponent, No. 23 Butler, in the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday.

Georgetown Hoyas defeat American Eagles, 73-46 -


"[American assistant coach] Robert Burke was pointing out to our guys that Jason [Clark] has great anticipation with a seven-foot plus wingspan so he can really play the passing lanes," American Head Coach Jeff Jones said after the game. "We were kind of hanging around and all of a sudden he makes big plays and gets big baskets."

Hoyas' Defense Grounds Eagles | The Hoya 


Three players scored in double figures and nine different players scored at least one basket as No. 16 Georgetown used a balanced attack en route to a 65-36 win over District rival American in front of 10,465 fans at Verizon Center on a snowy day in Washington.

Balanced Effort Leads No. 16 Georgetown Past American, 73-46 - GEORGETOWN OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE