As if Georgetown's prospects weren't already daunting, forward Nate Lubick made them sound very stark indeed.
''We've got five freshmen, five sophomores,'' Lubick said. ''And looking at that on paper, the Big East is the wrong league to have that type of depth in.''
''I'm considered a veteran,'' he added. ''I'm a sophomore. So I don't really know anything, either.''
Technically, one of those sophomores is a redshirt freshman, but that's splitting hairs at this point. The loss of three starters and a pair of role players has left the Hoyas young and inexperienced. After being a regular entrant in The Associated Press Top 25 poll the last few years, Georgetown received nary a vote in this year's preseason edition.
''We're being doubted a lot from what we lost and our tournament losses,'' said guard Jason Clark, one of two seniors on the roster. ''We're really the underdogs, so we have nothing to lose.''
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