Summer Sports Sermon: Otto Porter Jr. NBA draft edition

Ernie Grunfeld is not a popular man in Washington. Though he is not responsible for the Kwame Brown incident, (we have Michael Jordan The Manager to thank for that) the inexplicably still-employed Wizards General Manager has made many… Read More

Breaking: Otto Porter Jr. to declare for NBA Draft

According to multiple reports, Georgetown forward Otto Porter Jr. will announce his intention to leave school early and enter his name for the 2013 NBA Draft this afternoon at McDonough Gymnasium. “I mean it was hard,” Porter said… Read More

Otto Porter Jr. named a First Team All-American

On Thursday, sophomore forward Otto Porter Jr. continued to rack up post-season awards as he was named a First Team All-American by The National Association of Basketball Coaches. The last Hoya to be named to the First All-American… Read More

Hoya hangover: Friday really happened

Davidson, Baylor (NIT), Ohio, Virginia Commonwealth, North Carolina State, and now, Florida Gulf Coast. The list is damning, an indisputable condemnation of John Thompson III’s postseason failures since that astounding run to the 2007 Final Four. Just one… Read More

Commence dancing: Hoyas open tournament against FGCU

A No. 2 seed, while a significant honor, does not mean all that much for these Georgetown Hoyas. Their unceremonious exits to double-digit seeds over the past three seasons have made sure of that. But rather than discouraging… Read More

Postgame Roundup: Hoyas knock off Cincy, will face Syracuse in Semifinal

Memories of last year’s Big East Quarterfinal started to creep into the heads of Hoya fans early in the second half.  Georgetown (25-5, 14-4 Big East) trailed Cincinnati (22-11, 9-9 Big East) 33-31 at the start of the… Read More

You best recognize: Otto Porter Jr. and John Thompson III honored by Big East

Georgetown Head Coach John Thompson III was named Big East Coach of the Year yesterday afternoon. Otto Porter Jr., his sophomore star, was named the Big East Player of the Year in a unanimous vote by league coaches…. Read More

Postgame Roundup: Syracuse convincingly juiced

A 6-foot-10 imposing figure, John Thompson Jr. does not blend into crowds all that easily. But during his son’s reign over Georgetown’s basketball program, the legendary Thompson has done just that, disappearing in the back-right corner of the… Read More

Postgame Roundup: A ‘trap game’ indeed for the Hoyas

Well, Georgetown finally had to come down from wonderland. The No. 5 Hoyas (23-5, 13-4 Big East), who hadn’t lost since January 19th in the disaster at South Florida, fell to the giant-killing Villanova Wildcats (19-12, 10-8 Big… Read More

We Are Georgetown: Hoyas away at Villanova for possible ‘trap game’

After an unbelievable escape at UConn and a close first half against Rutgers last week, the Hoyas (23-4, 13-3 Big East) have risen to the consensus No. 5 spot in the country. Despite their active 11-game winning streak,… Read More