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The Morning After: Wright State vs. Georgetown

Media reactions to Georgetown's win over Wright State

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Georgetown’s win over Wright State more valuable than you think | CollegeBasketballTalk
At the end of the day, blowout wins against overmatched opponents are tough to read to much into, but what is worth noting is that Wright State is going to win a lot of games this season. They could end up winning the Horizon League, as they brought back the majority of their roster after coming within a couple possessions of the NCAA tournament last season.

Nothing wrong for Hoyas in rout over Wright State | Comcast SportsNet Washington
The Hoyas had an Oprah-like performance from distance against the Raiders: You hit a three, you hit a three, you hit a three!!! Georgetown sank four of five within the first eight minutes including two straight from Cameron, who finished with nine points. Starks also had three 3's while doling out six assists. Mikael Hopkins joined in the first half barrage with the second 3-pointer of his career.

Late Night Snacks: Providence, Colorado survive at home | CollegeBasketballTalk
D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera and Markel Starks clearly weren’t bothered by jet lag returning from South Korea. They went for 48 points and 11 assists combined in a win over Wright State.

Georgetown improves three-point shooting, beats Wright State, 88-70 - The Washington Post
Nearly 7,000 miles from home and playing on a slippery court with one basket askew, Georgetown was hapless from beyond the arc in last weekend’s season-opening defeat to Oregon.

Wright State Raiders vs. Georgetown Hoyas - Recap - November 13, 2013 - ESPN
After avoiding what would have been its first 0-2 start in 15 years, Georgetown next plays Northeastern a week from Thursday, beginning a stretch of three games in the Puerto Rico Tip-Off.

Postgame Quotes - Georgetown University Official Athletic Site
Georgetown Head Coach John Thompson III On the offensive performance from the Hoyas guards... It was what we expected to tell you the truth. The last game was not who they are, so for them to come out here and play like they did today is what we expected. They both have the responsibility to score points, but also to get their teammates involved. For some people it's easier tha

Reaction To The Hoyas 88-70 Win
Markel Starks On trying to get Smith-Rivera involved early. “Yeah, he can shoot the ball. He can score, so you got to get him going. Knowing that he can really score in the Verizon that only adds to it. He shot the ball incredibly well tonight, 8/12 from the field, come on? He’s in the gym so he’s going to make shots.”

Smith-Rivera, Starks Help Lead Georgetown Past Wright State, 88-70 - Georgetown University Official Athletic Site
Eleven different players scored for the Hoyas as the team connected on 10 three-pointers after hitting only 1-of-15 in its season-opening loss to Oregon on Friday. The Hoys shot 45.5 percent from three-point land (10-of-22) and were 50.0 percent from the field overall (28-of-56).

Georgetown women’s player tries to block a shot by throwing her shoe at it | The Dagger: College Basketball Blog - Yahoo Sports
A freshman forward on the Georgetown women's basketball team found a creative way to attempt to block a shot during the Hoyas' season-opening victory over Richmond a few days ago. Shayla Cooper threw her shoe at it.