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HOYA MADNESS BRACKET: ELITE EIGHT

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In case you have been living under a rock trying to avoid the coronavirus over the past few months, we have been slowly revealing two monster 64-team brackets: one for Hoya Madness (The Delusional Bracket) and one for Hoya Sadness (The Cynical Bracket). Importantly, the date range for these high highs and low lows will only span the last 16 years of this program’s history (the entire JTIII and Ewing eras).

Below are the links to the previous matchups:

HOYA MADNESS ROUND 1 BRACKET RESULTS

HOYA SADNESS ROUND 1 BRACKET RESULTS

HOYA MADNESS ROUND OF 32 BRACKET RESULTS

HOYAS SADNESS ROUND OF 32 BRACKET RESULTS

HOYA MADNESS SWEET 16 RESULTS

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Delusional Bracket - Elite Eight

Otto Porter Region

(1) Georgetown 61, Syracuse 39 - March 9, 2013: The rivalry is officially over. We clinched first place in the Big East regular season, dominated Syracuse in our final regular season conference match-up, and held ‘Cuse to its lowest point total in the Boeheim era.

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(3) Georgetown 72, Connecticut 69 - January 12, 2008: The Roy Hibbert three-pointer that made the arena shake. Big Roy sank a three-point game-winner to cap a lovely Georgetown comeback and give the Hoyas a huge win. Hibbert’s 20 points and eight rebounds were impressive enough, but his earth-shattering three capped Georgetown’s 11-2 run in the final three minutes to propel Georgetown into first place in the early part of the Big East schedule. The Hoyas overcame tremendous shooting by A.J. Price (17 points, nine assists) and Doug Wiggins (15 points).

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The Otto Porter Region - Elite 8 Matchup

This poll is closed

  • 79%
    (1) Georgetown 61, Syracuse 39 - March 9, 2013
    (35 votes)
  • 20%
    (3) Georgetown 72, Connecticut 69 - January 12, 2008
    (9 votes)
44 votes total Vote Now

Jeff Green Region

(1) Georgetown 66, Vanderbilt 65 - March 23, 2007: The Jeff Green game-winner created a frenzy at the Meadowlands and sent Georgetown to the Elite 8. He didn’t walk, haters.

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(2) Georgetown 57, Syracuse 46 - February 23, 2013: The Carrier Dome is officially closed. Otto Porter’s 33 points allowed the Hoyas to close down the Dome in style, in front of the largest crowd to ever attend a college basketball game, and on the same day that Carmelo’s jersey was retired.

Poll

The Jeff Green Region - Elite 8 Matchup

This poll is closed

  • 64%
    (1) Georgetown 66, Vanderbilt 65 - March 23, 2007
    (29 votes)
  • 35%
    (2) Georgetown 57, Syracuse 46 - February 23, 2013
    (16 votes)
45 votes total Vote Now

Delusional Bracket - Elite Eight

Jonathan Wallace Region

(1) Georgetown 96, North Carolina 84 - March 25, 2007: A massive comeback at the Meadowlands. An earth-shattering Jonathan Wallace three. Domination in overtime. No further explanation necessary.

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(2) Georgetown 91, Syracuse 84 - March 11, 2010: This was the quarterfinals of the 2K10 revenge tour. The #8 Hoyas defeated the #1 Orange on a Thursday afternoon at the Garden. Chris Wright led the way with 27 points and Greg Monroe poured in 15 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists.

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The Jonathan Wallace Region - Elite 8 Matchup

This poll is closed

  • 97%
    (1) Georgetown 96, North Carolina 84 - March 25, 2007
    (68 votes)
  • 2%
    (2) Georgetown 91, Syracuse 84 - March 11, 2010
    (2 votes)
70 votes total Vote Now

JTIII Region

(1) Georgetown 87, Duke 84 - January 21, 2006: The game that put us back on the map. We beat the undefeated #1 team in the country and restored the program to national prominence.

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(2) Georgetown 65, Pittsburgh 42 - March 10, 2007: Big East champions. This was a coronation, as the Hoyas secured their first Big East tournament title since 1989 and their first and only title under JTIII.

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The JT3 Region - Elite 8 Matchup

This poll is closed

  • 73%
    (1) Georgetown 87, Duke 84 - January 21, 2006
    (51 votes)
  • 26%
    (2) Georgetown 65, Pittsburgh 42 - March 10, 2007
    (18 votes)
69 votes total Vote Now