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SCHEDULE NEWS: Providence at Georgetown on Saturday, 1PM

Can the Healthy Hoyas fry the Friars in McDonough?

Providence v Georgetown Photo by Tony Quinn/ISI Photos/Getty Images

Some good news today as the Fightin’ Hoyas of Georgetown will, indeed, resume conference play by hosting the Providence Friars at the world famous McDonough Arena on Saturday. The game will now be televised on CBS at 1PM.

It’s unclear if practices have resumed, but the announcement is a good sign.

It has been 17 days since the Georgetown Hoyas (3-8, 1-5) played a men’s basketball game.

Meanwhile, UConn is having their own (third set of) COVID-19 issues. UConn men’s games vs. Villanova, St. John’s were postponed after a referee from Butler game tested positive for COVID-19.

GUHOYAS PRESS RELEASE:

Changes Announced to Saturday’s Men’s Basketball Game vs. Providence

WASHINGTON – Georgetown’s home contest against Providence on Saturday, January 30 at McDonough Arena will now tip off at 1 p.m. and will air on CBS. Ian Eagle and Clark Kellogg will provide the call.

Fans will also be able to listen locally on The Team 980 as well as SiriusXM 384 and Radio.com with Rich Chvotkin in his 47th season on the call.

Tonight, Wednesday night, Providence (8-7, 4-5) is set to play Marquette (8-7, 4-5) at home (7PM, CBSSN) in a fight for sixth place in the BIG EAST.