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  1. Big East Countdown: Hoyas Season RecapRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Casual Hoya

    If you're just tuning in for conference play, this is what you missed. If you're still recovering from holiday madness, it's time to refresh your memory before tomorrow's game against Indiana.


  2. Game Preview: Georgetown HoyasRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | The Crimson Quarry

    Indiana's last non-conference affair is a doozy, as they return to the site of their closer-than-the-score-indicates loss to Louisville to take on a top-30 team in Georgetown before the B1G season kicks off for them in Lincoln on New Year's Eve. This iteration of the Hoyas isn't dissimilar to the Georgetown teams we've seen in the past: they're big , they're not in a hurry , and they're prone to mistakes As I'm sure y'all know, Indiana played Georgetown back in 2013, when the #1 ranked Hoosiers were taken to overtime at the new Barclay's Center before outlasting the Hoyas 82-72.


  3. Crimson Query with Casual HoyaRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | The Crimson Quarry

    Happy holidays, everyone! SB Nation Georgetown blog Casual Hoya answered a few questions for us before tomorrow's big game in the Big Apple. In the Q&A, we discuss the new Big East, wonder how IU can defend 6-10 Hoya forward Josh Smith, and get serenaded with a little Springsteen at the end.


  4. Indiana road test starts with surging GeorgetownRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fort Wayne News-Sentinel

    And so it's down to one last test before Big Ten reality begins and this one resonates with Big Ten intensity. Georgetown looms on Saturday and Indiana gets the Hoyas along with a New York City repeat.


  5. A Christmas Story: Georgetown v. IndianaRead the original story

    Thursday | Casual Hoya

    Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house not a Hoosier was stirring with the #Hoyas ready to pounce. And Crean in his spectacles and JTIII in all his glory had just settled down for a great non-conference finale.


  6. Cardozo makes a biga statementRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | The Washington Post

    When the Cardozo boys' basketball team walked onto the court before a home game on Friday night, the players weren't sure of the reaction their attire would prompt. They each wore a black T-Shirt with white lettering on it.


  7. Byers, Edmonds Lead Patriot League Contingent on Ecac FCS All-Star...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | Patriot League

    Seven Patriot League players were named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference FCS All-Star Team on Tuesday, with Bucknell senior linebacker Evan Byers and Fordham freshman running back Chase Edmonds claiming two of the organization's four major awards. Byers was named the ECAC Defensive Player of the Year after earning the same honor from the Patriot League, while Edmonds took home the ECAC Offensive Rookie of the Year award to go with his status as the Jerry Rice Award winner as FCS Freshman of the Year as well as the Patriot League Rookie of the Year.


  8. Milton Hershey's Ryan Blom dives his way to GeorgetownRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 |

    What started as a way to experience the thrill of flips has turned into an opportunity for a college education for Milton Hershey 's Ryan Blom . "My inspiration in becoming a diver came from continuously doing it during the summertime," Blom said.


  9. The Casual Awards: All I Want for Christmas is the Casual AwardsRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 23 | Casual Hoya

    Your second-favorite feature on the Internet is back,* with a special holiday-themed edition, brought to you by NYHoya and SwordofBrunner. * While you are doing your last-minute holiday shopping and figuring out whether to splurge on DVDs during an age in which DVD players have more or less become obsolete, we continue to grind out pages and pages of prose in celebration of our beloved 18-22 year-old Hoya basketball players.


  10. BOZICH | Did losing to Louisville toughen Indiana? Ask Tom CreanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | WDRB-TV Louisville

    Louisville beat Indiana by 20 points after the Hoosiers led by four early in the second half. That was two weeks ago in New York City.


  11. St. John's enters the top 20 as one of just two ranked Big East teamsRead the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | Rumble In The Garden

    The Red Storm continue to rise in the national rankings, but the rest of the conference had some struggles this week, leaving just St. John's and Villanova as the only two ranked Big East teams. After using a strong second half comeback to survive a home scare on Friday night against a talented St. Mary's team, St. John's continued to rise up the national rankings earlier today and now sits at 17th overall in the AP Poll and 19th in the USA Today Coaches Poll.


  12. Ohio State women’s basketball set for matchup with No. 22 West VirginiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | The Lantern

    OSU junior guard Ameryst Alston goes for a 2-point shot while VCU freshman guard #13 Brittani Burgess and sophomore guard #14 Adaeze Alaeze try to intercede in the first half of the OSU Women's basketball game against VCU November 23, 2014. OSU went on to win 96-86.


  13. Watchable IndianaRead the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | Casual Hoya

    Indiana may also be the whitest basketball team around. I saw them a few weeks ago in the Jimmy V at MSG against Louisville.


  14. Jim Boeheim and Jay Wright want to keep Syracuse-Villanova rivalry goingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 21 | MSNBC

    In a old Big East rivalry, No. 7 Villanova avenged last season's loss to Syracuse with an 82-77 overtime win at home.


  15. Big East nightly recap for December 20, 2014: 10 things we learned from Saturday's Big East actionRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 20 | Big East Coast Bias

    What a day it was for Big East basketball. After a relatively dormant Friday, despite Saint Mary's best efforts to knock off another team from the conference, five teams hit the hardwood and what came of it was nothing but excitement from start to finish.


  16. Georgetown Escapes Charlotte's Late Comeback, 81-78Read the original story

    Saturday Dec 20 | Casual Hoya

    Georgetown won a weird one Saturday, building two double-digit leads only to give them away and escape late with an 81-78 win over Charlotte. The Hoyas ran their way to an early lead, scoring early and often by attacking the rim in transition and pounding the paint in the half-court.


  17. The View from Press Row: Hoyas Escape CharlotteRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 20 | Casual Hoya

    Well, that was fun wasn't it? Nothing like only having to use the edge of your seat in the final home non conference game of the season, right? So in the preview I touched on a few things that were of concern going into the game. Let's take a quick look at how that worked out in real action after the Hoyas held on for the 81-78 W. DSR - Another good overall game from D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera if you just look at the box score.


  18. Georgetown escapes with win over CharlotteRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 20 | YESNetwork

    L.J. Peak made two free throws with 7.5 seconds left to help Georgetown thwart Charlotte's second-half rally for an 81-78 win Saturday. Peak finished with 18 points for the Hoyas , who opened strongly in both halves.


  19. Georgetown escapes with 81-78 win over CharlotteRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 20 | Boston Herald

    L.J. Peak made two free throws with 7.5 seconds left to help Georgetown thwart Charlotte's second-half rally for an 81-78 win Saturday. Peak finished with 18 points for the Hoyas , who opened strongly in both halves.


  20. Saturday's local interest college basketball roundup: Hokies...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 20 | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    Whew! That's what Virginia Tech fans might say after watching the Hokies edge The Citadel 64-61 Saturday afternoon at Cassell Coliseum. Adam Smith scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half, and the Hokies survived blowing a nine-point lead to rally past the Bulldogs.