Postgame Roundup: Georgetown upsets No. 24 Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind.

After its most disappointing loss of the year, Georgetown (13-4, 3-3 Big East) may have picked up its most impressive win. The Hoyas pulled off a 63-47 upset of no. 24 Notre Dame (15-4, 3-3 Big East) in front a noisy crowd in South Bend. The Blue and Gray jumped out to 10-4 lead and […]

We Are Georgetown: Hoyas to face No. 24 Notre Dame

The month of January has not been very good for Georgetown (12-4, 2-3 Big East) basketball. The same can be said for No. 24 Notre Dame (15-3, 3-2 Big East). Both teams will be looking to prove something as the teams match up in South Bend tonight. The Hoyas fell to South Florida in Tampa […]

Photos: Hoyas trounce Notre Dame on Senior Night, 59-41

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Postgame Roundup: Seniors lead rout of Notre Dame, 59-41

It was Senior Day for Georgetown on Monday, and the Hoyas’ veterans made sure to put on one last great performance for the home crowd. Jason Clark and Henry Sims ended their career at the Verizon Center on a high note, leading the Hoyas to a resounding 59-41 victory over Notre Dame. It was the […]

We Are Georgetown: Senior Day showdown with Notre Dame

Player(s) to watch We’ll flip around the usual order of our preview to give top billing to tonight’s featured players: seniors Jason Clark and Henry Sims. It’s the final home game for two players who have been linchpins on this year’s squad. Clark and Sims took very different paths to get to this point, however. For […]

Photos: Hoyas fall to No. 2 Fighting Irish, 80-60

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We Are Georgetown and You’re Not: Notre Dame

Just like last year, we’re giving you three reasons to hate each of Georgetown’s Big East opponents. First up, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The Joyce Center Georgetown played more games on the road than it did at home during its nonconference schedule. That’s unheard of for a top-25 team; Syracuse usually doesn’t leave the […]

We Are Georgetown and You’re Not: Notre Dame Preview

This year, Vox is taking a page from Deadspin and New York’s books and giving you a guide for rooting against each of the Hoyas’ Big East opponents. In preparation for tomorrow’s game against Notre Dame, here are three reasons to hate the Fighting Irish: Luke Harangody Barring a postseason meeting, Saturday will be the […]

Monday Madlibs: Catholic colleges in conflict

Last weekend, at Trinity Washington University (a small, Catholic school in Northesast D.C. with an all-women’s undergraduate program), University President Patricia McGuire used her commencement speech to upbraid the anti-abortion zealots who were protesting President Obama’s appearance at Notre Dame. Here’s your chance to add a little extra oomph to her very powerful speech. Create […]

Georgetown’s Thomas Reese weighs in on Barack Obama-Notre Dame kerfuffle

Would you let “that one” speak at your school? Yesterday, we discussed how Notre Dame’s success in booking Barack Obama to speak at the 2009 Commencement was causing a stir among conservative Catholics. Fr. Schall gave a too-coy response to this issue and so we Madlibbed it. Now, South Bend news outlets report that Notre […]

Monday Madlibs: Fr. Schall says what?

On Friday, Notre Dame announced that their commencement speaker would be none other than POTUS Barack Obama (aAAaaw, lucky!) It took conservative Catholics all of two days to react negatively, reminding Notre Dame that Barack Obama is “a president who has put the United States back into the business of funding abortion abroad [and] made […]