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The Morning After: Well Hopefully It's All Out of Our System


Hoya Prospectus: Recap: Seton Hall 73, Georgetown 55
The Hoyas came into the game leading the conference in effective field goal defense, having allowed a season-high 55% eFG against Pitt. So what Seton Hall did tonight [71% eFG] should be recognized as extraordinary. Only two other teams have managed to hit the 70% level against JT3's Georgetown Hoyas: the Ohio Bobcats and the Baylor Bears.

Defensive woes carry over for Hoyas - Georgetown Hoyas - RapidReports
Hoyas coach John Thompson III said his team’s defensive woes in the 73-55 loss to Seton Hall carried over to the offense. "We thought we played pretty good perimeter defense, but we were atrocious tonight," he said. "They hit some shots early, we got frustrated early and that frustration carried over to our offense."

Pirates Light Up Hoyas Behind Theodore's 29 - Sports - The Hoya
"Watching them on film, that is one of the best defensive teams in the country, by far," Seton Hall Head Coach Kevin Willard said. "To play the way we played and execute the way we did was really good."

Postgame Quotes: Georgetown vs. Seton Hall -
Head Coach John Thompson III Game thoughts: "They played a terrific game. Jordan Theodore (#1) played one of the best games that I've seen him play all year. To tell you the truth he didn't make any mistakes and I'm not just talking about the shots he made. He totally controlled everything, and tonight we just didn't have any answers for him tonight." "They played very well and there are a lot of things that we need to do better. I don't think that there is anything that happened today that we can't get better at."

No. 9 Georgetown upset by Seton Hall, 73-55
"We didn't find a way to make their shots difficult," Thompson said. "They shot the cover off it and we didn't respond."

Theodore’s career-high 29 points, Seton Hall upsets No. 9 Georgetown 73-55 - The Washington Post
"We just needed this one so bad. I was jacked up for this game," said Theodore, who also had five assists and four rebounds. "I didn’t want to blow another opportunity like we did my sophomore year when we were on the bubble. I have a little experience in being on the bubble. I want to dance so bad. I can taste it we’re so close.

Seton Hall Basketball: Seton Hall 73, #9 Georgetown 55; Theodore - One Foot on the Dance Floor - South Orange Juice
The Seton Hall Pirates needed one very big win on their tournament resume before submitting it to the committee for their dancing approval. Tonight, they recorded EXACTLY that, embarrassing the Georgetown Hoyas in Newark by a score of 73-55. Georgetown was outmatched in nearly every aspect of the game as the Pirates jumped on them in the closing minutes of the first half and cruised to a laugher in the second.