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Link Drop: More Tournament Reading for Hoya Fans

This is it. We are one day away from Georgetown’s first game in the NCAA tournament, a second-round matchup with Florida Gulf Coast.  Over the next weeks, the Hoyas will participate in the culmination of their season, and the Big East regular season co-champs will hope to overcome a legacy of early-round disappointment in recent years. This week’s link drop serves as a primer for Georgetown’s first weekend — perhaps the beginning of a deep run.

The South Regional

Friday’s Game Against Florida Gulf Coast

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Link Drop: No. 1 Seed for the Hoyas? Wooden Award for Porter Jr.?

Otto Porter Jr. and the No. 5 Georgetown basketball team’s quest for a Big East tournament title and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament started with a win over Cincinnati earlier today. After dominating Syracuse last weekend, expectations have grown for the Hoyas as they reach the deciding point of their season.

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Link Drop: Nation Abuzz Over Hoyas’ Recent Play and Porter Jr.

It was a marquee week for Georgetown basketball, as Otto Porter Jr. nearly singlehandedly won the Hoyas’ last Big East game at Syracuse before going coast-to-coast for a game-winning layup in double overtime at Connecticut. Georgetown (and Porter Jr. specifically) - which will almost assuredly earn a number one seed in the NCAA Tournament if it runs the table – has created a national media stir as it continues to rise in the rankings.

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Link Drop: Blue and Gray Riding High Before Matchup With Syracuse

Thanks to a gutsy road win against Cincinnati and a shellacking of DePaul, the Georgetown basketball team extended its Big East winning streak to 10.

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Link Drop: Otto Starting to Gain National Recognition

It was another successful week for the Georgetown basketball team (18-4, 8-3 Big East), as it held off Rutgers in the final minutes on Saturday before dispatching Marquette at Verizon Center on Monday.

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Link Drop: Hoyas Rising in the Big East

The  No. 20 Georgetown men’s basketball team, coming off four straight Big East victories, is flying high at the midpoint of the conference schedule. The Hoyas are in fourth place in the Big East standings and will expect to improve their record in a game at Rutgers on Saturday.

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