All the talk that the Hoyas couldn’t handle underdogs can hush. Georgetown finally showed it can be a bully in March again.
Players for the Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team came out to the court Wednesday night for warm-ups sporting “I Can’t Breathe” t-shirts.
Boston Celtics forward Jeff Green is donating $1 million to Georgetown’s new athletic center.
Georgetown sophomore guard Stephen Domingo is transferring.
Given Georgetown’s lone NCAA victory during the last six tournaments, it can be hard to imagine how powerful and feared the Hoyas once were.
GW and AU have never gone dancing in the same year before and that this is only the third year since 1978 that Maryland and Georgetown have both failed to do so.
D.C. hasn’t exactly been the cradle of championships recently, but in a little over 24 hours our teams provided a week’s worth, maybe even a fortnight’s worth of drama.
John Thompson III says he’s been frustrated with the NCAA’s increased hand-checking calls, and told the Junkies he hopes it’ll let up as his Hoyas embark on Big East conference play.
Markel Starks scored 21 points, and D’Vaunt Smith-Rivera had 19 to lead Georgetown to its sixth straight win, beating Elon 85-76 on Tuesday night.
Georgetown basketball coach John Thompson III, an admitted Redskins fan, wants to appear on the Junkies every Monday to recap each football game, per his own request, and gave a little taste of what that might sound like during his call-in to the Junks, on 106.7 The Fan Tuesday morning.