GEORGETOWN RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Georgetown Hoyas have a couple of sub-par seasons by their standards.
The Hoyas have traditionally built their teams on size and look like they are trying to get back to their roots in the class of 2015.
The Hoyas already have a commitment from 4-star power forward Marcus Derrickson. The 6’7, 225-pound Derrickson attends Paul VI Catholic High School in Fairfax, Virginia....
1. Georgetown Hoyas A masterful class signed to play for the Hoyas, as the venerable Georgetown program is set to continue its track record of success in the “new” Big East. The four players committed early to Georgetown, so there was no drama on signing day – just a tremendous top-10 caliber class. Face up […]
Georgetown has gotten pretty creative with its basketball giveaway. The Hoyas will be handing out fake tattoo sleeves before tonight's game.
A freshman forward on the Georgetown Hoyas women's basketball team made her college debut memorable in more ways than one.Seen here is a video clip of Shayla Cooper employing a creative way to attempt to block a shot during Georgetown's season-opening way over Richmond. As you can see, Cooper uses her shoe.The whole ordeal began when Cooper lost her footing, and subsequently...
Tweet The No. 15 seed Florida Golf Coast Eagles stunned the second-seeded Georgetown Hoyas 78-68 Friday to advance to the round of 32 in this year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. The game will forever be remembered around the Fort Myers, FL campus and gave us yet another reason why March Madness is fantastic. Sherwood [...]
Florida Gulf Coast pulled off the biggest upset of the tournament Friday night when they knocked off the 2nd-seeded Georgetown Hoyas in Philadelphia. Their win ultimately wrecked a countless number of brackets across of America, but who's bracket isn't screwed up at this point?The Atlantic Sun Conference champions put on an impressive display of athleticism in the 78-68...
The Georgetown Hoyas will be sporting some slick new Jordan kicks for the 2013 NCAA Tournament.
Georgetown Hoyas coach John Thompson III was a bit sweaty in an interview during Selection Sunday.
Otto Porter Jr. did not play a particularly great game on Thursday.
This is not at all to say that the Big East Player of the Year played poorly during top-seeded Georgetown's 62-43 smothering of Cincinnati in the Hoyas first Big East tournament game. Otto Porter does pretty much anything he's asked - run the fast break, play physical in the paint, harass the opponent with...
The story of last nights game was not the fact that Villanova upset the #5 Georgetown Hoyas. It was not the fact that Villanova shot 42 free throws compared to Georgetown’s 8. The best part of last nights game was the nerdy white boys going absolutely nuts at the end of the bench.
Look at these guys just yucking it up after a Nova three pointer. One guy seems to be using an invisible...
In life, there are people who will come into your life who are just impossible to dislike. It doesn’t matter what they do, or who they are, or where they come from, certain people always have a charm about them that you’ll defend to the end. Most of the time these type of folk are [...]The post From Big John To JT3, Why The Georgetown Hoyas Will Always Matter To Me appeared first...
New from Ewing Athletics is the Ewing 33 Hi ‘Georgetown'.
The first release of the year was the Ewing 33 Hi ‘NYC' which paid homage to his days playing for the New York Knicks. This release here brings us back to the day where Patrick Ewing was a force on the Big East courts for the Georgetown Hoyas.
The shoe is set to release on March 15 at select retailers including...
The Georgetown Hoyas are preparing for their final Big East game against Syracuse by printing 'Real Criminals were Orange' t-shirts.
When I first saw that tip-in from Georgetown sophmore forward Aaron Bowen, I just sat in front of the TV with my jaw dropped for about the next minute. I then searched the interwebs for a video or GIF for the next few hours after the play, but didn't find anything until that above GIF (thanks to @CasualHoya) just now.
Oh, and I didn't realize until just reading a recap of the game that
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Georgetown forward Otto Porter has ''symptoms indicative of a mild concussion'' and will sit out the Hoyas' game against Liberty.
Georgetown says before Wednesday's home game that Porter is being monitored by team doctors.
The sophomore is being evaluated daily.
Porter was hit in the head in the first half of Georgetown's 61-55 victory over Duquesne...
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November 14, 2012