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Around the Top 25: Awesome day in Missouri Valley hoops | College Hoops Journal
No. 13 Georgetown 67, DePaul 50. And the fun ends: @ Marquette, vs. Connecticut and Seton Hall, @ Villanova and @ Pittsburgh in the next 16 days.

Hoya Prospectus: Recap: Georgetown 67, DePaul 50
Today's pace was, dare I say, glacial - DePaul came into the game as the slowest-paced team in the Big East, and the Hoyas were willing to oblige.  The Blue Demons also came into the game with the worst offense in the Big East, averaging 0.97 points per possession, and essentially hit that mark once you account for the Hoyas stellar defense so far this year.

No. 13 Georgetown routs DePaul but sees room for improvement -
For the sixth time this season, at least four players finished in double figures, with junior guard Chris Wright (18 points) leading the way for a third consecutive game. Austin Freeman added 17, drilling three three-pointers at critical junctures. And Jason Clark and Monroe scored 13 and 10 points, respectively.

DePaul falls 67-50 to Georgetown -
"They're very opportunistic," Wainwright said. "When you make a mistake or there's an opening, they're going to make a basket."

Wright, Freeman Pace Hoyas in Big East Road Win | The Hoya
"Greg is one of these players where … he can score 10 points but still have a great effect on the game," Thompson said. "We need [Monroe] to score and we need to work through him, but the more he touches the ball, the easier life is for everyone else. I think he’s doing a better job this year at the defensive end of being a presence."

Balanced Attack Leads No. 13 Georgetown Past DePaul, 67-50 - GEORGETOWN OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
The Hoyas hit 57.1 percent of their field goals (24-of-42), connected on 47.1 percent of their three-pointers (8-of-17) and hit 61.1 percent from the free throw line (11-of-18). GU held a 28-24 advantage on the boards, handed out 18 assists and committed 12 turnovers.

College Men's Basketball Capsules: Wright, Freeman lead Hoyas over DePaul | hoyas, basketball, ill - Sports - Brownsville Herald
"They are very skilled and do an outstanding job of sharing the ball and being very opportunistic," DePaul coach Jerry Wainwright said. "When you make a mistake, they are going to make a basket."