Team Preview: Georgetown Basketball 2017-2018

Georgetown Basketball 2017-2018 Preview   2016-17 Record: 14-18   Key Losses: Rodney Pryor, L.J. Peak, Bradley Hayes Key Additions: Jamarko Pickett, Antwan Walker, Jahvon Blair, Chris Yannick Sodom   Last year, Georgetown had rough season towards the bottom of the Big East standings. Despite a great seasons from Rodney Pryor and L.J. Peak (leading both of them

Grading each of the head coach hirings

Grading the head coach hirings this offseason by: Jonathon Warriner Indiana-Archie Miller, Grade: B This is a very good hire for the Hoosiers, while at Dayton his teams were always a threat to win the Atlantic-10 and during the 2014 NCAA Tournament, Miller lead the Flyers to the Elite Eight. This hire is

What Maurice Watson’s injury means for Creighton and the rest of the Big East

When Mo Watson went down with a non-contract knee injury in Monday's win over Xavier, Creighton fans feared the worst for their star point guard. Those fears have been confirmed. Per Watson's twitter, the senior guard suffered a torn ACL and is out for the remainder of the season. As a result of

Tournament Preview: Maui Jim Maui Invitational

ESPN aptly refers to the week of Thanksgiving as “Feast Week” in the world of college basketball.  Early season tournaments produce scintillating games and March-like moments during the month of November. The headliner of these events is the Maui Jim Maui Invitational, commonly referred to simply as “Maui”, which takes

Report Card: Georgetown Hoyas

Coach John Thompson III Hoya fans thought that 2015 would be Georgetown's best season in several years. Devauntes Smith Riviera chose to come back to Georgetown instead of entering the NBA draft, the sophomores got a year older, and Jessie Govan was an excellent big man recruit. But what happened instead