Hoyas Come Up Short Against No. 10 Ma...

Hoyas Come Up Short Against No. 10 Marquette

There are 1 comment on the The Washington Post story from Feb 22, 2009, titled Hoyas Come Up Short Against No. 10 Marquette. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Georgetown had nearly every possible psychic advantage working in its favor as players trotted on court for yesterday's critical game against 10th-ranked Marquette.

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knights44

Elmhurst, NY

#1 Feb 23, 2009
Why does it seem that whenever the Hoyas are starting to make a run, JT3 ALWAYS CHOOSES to start subbing.Can GTown press?.When you call timeouts shouldn'nt you know why?, or should you talk to your coaches while your players sit on the bench? Does the word adjustments mean anything to JT3?. Oh ialmost forgot is the only good shot a 3Pter?

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