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The Morning After: Business as Usual for The Hoyas

PC off target in loss to Georgetown - The Sun Chronicle Online - Sports
The Friars surrendered just six offensive rebounds to the Hoyas. The Friars committed just eight turnovers. But the Friars shot 4-for-21 from beyond the 3-point line and without sophomore guard Gerard Coleman (flu), PC simply could not combat the Hoyas in running the floor. "We were slow in the transition game," added Cooley. "That's the best defensive team I've seen in a long, long time. They are as long and physical as anybody."

Georgetown vs. Providence: Hoyas clamp down on Friars for 63-53 victory - The Washington Post
"You say we held them to under 26 percent, and all that’s stuck in my head are the easy baskets and second shots and stuff that we gave them," Thompson said. "Certain team, certain years, they are capable of accomplishing things. This group, I can hold to a very high standard, realistically. In spite of the 26 percent, we can be better."

GU Defense Shuts Down Providence Again - Sports - The Hoya
The win was Georgetown's second in six hours over a Providence squad; the women's basketball team had blown out the Friars at McDonough Arena earlier Saturday afternoon in the Hoyas' Senior Day game

Providence struggles without ailing Gerard Coleman, loses to No. 10 Georgetown 63-53 - The Washington Post
Gerard Coleman had just four fewer field goals in the first half than his Providence teammates. And he didn’t even play.

Hoya Prospectus: Recap: Georgetown 63, Providence 53
Once again, the Hoyas missed a lot of free throws [14/23 FT] including the front end on three of their four one-and-one attempts. It's hard to envision all the points left at the free throw line not coming back to bite this team.

Georgetown's young kids what makes Hoyas tick -
"They've been as refreshing as hell," JT3 said. "They're just about winning. They aren't worried about their minutes or how many shots they get. Just how they can help the team win."