Hoyas win at Rutgers, 1-0 in Big East

It was ugly, but Georgetown opened its Big East schedule with a 58-46 win over Rutgers on Saturday, Anthony Francavilla reports. Next up is DePaul, who just knocked off 16th-ranked Villanova in Chicago. Tip-off is at 9 p.m…. Read More

Hoyas play nice with, better than Dolphins

The last time Georgetown played Jacksonville University, they had to forfeit the game after an on-court punch provoked pandemonium in Jacksonville’s stands, forcing the teams into the locker rooms for protection. Thirty-eight years later, the Hoyas avenged the… Read More

Georgetown over Fairfield for the win, 61-49

Georgetown managed to eek out a less than thrilling win over Fairfield, Tony Francavilla reports. Follow the link to find out how to contain Roy Hibbert, the color of the Hoyas’ new jerseys and why the Hoyas will… Read More

Ballers at work

With our 2-0 men’s b-ball team looking like no mean shakes on the court, it’s worth checking out this video ESPN made prior to the season. It’s mainly an interview with JT III, who doesn’t say anything ground… Read More

Georgetown basketball sends William & Mary back to the Netherlands

The men’s basketball team beat back William & Mary’s strangely-named Tribe Saturday to win 68-53. For more coverage, check out Tony Francavilla’s article about Saturday’s game. Maybe you’ll find out why the Hoyas can’t beat a zone. -Will… Read More

The Doctrine Holds

To update our previous story, a Midnight Madness visit to Georgetown was enough to prevent all outside intervention: top-ranked recruit Greg “The Doctrine” Monroe has decided to play hoops for the Hoyas next year, according to the Washington… Read More

Midnight Madness: More than just a dance party this year

You thought Midnight Madness was all for show, but the Hoyas will already be playing for keeps next Friday. Top-rated prospect Greg “The Doctrine” Monroe will be in attendance for the annual celebration that marks the first minute… Read More

Pick-up gone bad

Coach Thompson announced yesterday that freshman Chris Wright, a 6-1 guard, broke his foot while playing pick-up basketball and will miss the early part of the season. No additional details of the snafu have been released by the… Read More

Good news?

It’s certainly too early to say whether or not Jeff Green and Roy Hibbert will enter the NBA Draft, but in their first press conference since declaring, they said some surprising things. Green, apparently, is leaning towards staying… Read More


The blog is in withdrawal. As you can see, we’ve gone a little quiet now that basketball season is over. Of course, we would love to move on and start looking at next year (or maybe even to… Read More