Found March 07, 2012 on BeyondUSports:
The Georgetown Hoyas Send Pitt Home PackingThe Georgetown Hoyas took care of their business in the second round of the Big East Tournament, knocking off Pitt 64-52. The Hoyas worked the ball methodically throughout the game on offense and used their length on the perimeter on defense to stifle the Panthers on both ends of the court. Next up for Georgetown will be a quarterfinal match up against Cincinnati. After the game I got the chance to talk to Hollis Thompson of Georgetown about his team’s win. BeyondU Sports BeyondU Sports - Best College Sports Blog Site

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