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Trawick's passionate defense fuels Hoyas
Defense has carried Georgetown to its lofty No. 2 seed slot in the South Region. Jabril Trawick's infectious ball-stopping fervor sets the tone.
Georgetown versus the South Region, Part 2
Our continuing look at how the second-seeded Hoyas compare with the South region's other notables and whether Florida, Michigan or Kansas stands as the trickiest potential foe of all.
Stacking up Georgetown versus the South Region
The NCAA Tournament's South Region is loaded with title contenders and notable progams. We compare the No. 2 Hoyas with the field.
Boeheim: Porter is Big East's all-around best, ever
After Georgetown walloped Syracuse for the second team this season last Saturday, the Orange's longtime coach said he would take the Hoyas star with the first pick in the NBA Draft.
Hoyas remain in play for high NCAA Tourney seed
Despite Friday's loss to Syracuse, Georgetown remains in play for a high seed in the NCAA Tournament, just perhaps not as high as originally hoped.
Third time against Syracuse no charm for Hoyas
It might be easy, lazy easy to suggest it's hard to beat a team three times in the same season. Easy or not, Georgetown late rally could not give them a sweep over 3-point shooting Syracuse.
Instant Analysis: Syracuse 58, Georgetown 55
Syracuse finally prevails over Georgetown , needing overtime to defeat the Hoyas for the first time in three tries this season.
Pick your poison time for Boeheim against Hoyas
After Otto Porter's scoring squeezed the Orange in the first meeting and guards shot Georgetown to a win last week, Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim has a defensive dilemma for Friday's rematch.
Part 3: Hoyas , Cuse to meet in Big East Tourney
After closing out Cincinnati with a decisive run, Georgetown now has another chance to close out its Big East history against Syracuse in Friday's tournament semifinals
No. 5 Hoyas advance past Cincy
Otto Porter Jr. scored 18 points and No. 5 Georgetown advanced to the Big East tournament semifinals, recovering from a mid-game hiccup to beat Cincinnati 62-43 on Thursday.