Monthly Archives: February 2015
Republishing 1/31/15 Are Hoyas Prominent or Less Prominent? The ProminentPlay Scenario Still in Play!
The ProminentPlay Scenario Still in Play! (Republished from 1/13/15) Here are three scenarios I envision for the Hoyas down the stretch leading to the Big East tournament, starting with the best case scenario: The ProminentPlay Scenario: While this analysis is … Continue reading
Skate, or Wait? For the 18-8 Hoyas, it’s the antepenultimate game of the regular season. It’s a rematch against the 19-8 St. John’s Red Storm at the World’s Most Famous Arena. While some fans may lull themselves into believing this … Continue reading
As predicted earlier this morning … not yet back in the Top 25 in those 2 polls. Are ranked in Top 25 in other polls and #20 in RPI.
Hoyas Sweep Season Series in Scrappy Game with Desperate DePaul, 68-63, on Stormy Saturday Night in DC
The Prominent News: The Hoyas secured the victory and made it three consecutive victories before they hit the road for rematches with St. John’s and Butler. The Hoyas gutted this one out, as the outcome was in doubt, especially late … Continue reading
With four games to go in its Big East regular season, tonight in Prime Time (8pm Tipoff), the Georgetown Hoyas host DePaul at Verizon Center. Taking one game at a time, no team should be overlooked and to continue its … Continue reading
The Georgetown Hoyas (17-8, 9-5 Big East) continue to Peak and Surge at the right time. No better time than mid-February to take advantage of the home court advantage after a win on the road in Newark vs. Seton Hall … Continue reading
Hoyas Ascending? (The Exorcist Stairs, Georgetown) It’s really that time, Hoya Fans. Seems like just yesterday the team was traveling to the Bahamas to compete in the Battle4Atlantis to cut their teeth, especially the Freshmen Five (Peak, Copeland, White, Campbell … Continue reading
The Hoyas took a page from the national champion Georgetown sailing team, corrected course and steered clear of disaster by getting their season back on track in Newark against the Seton Hall Pirates. No doubt who controlled the waters in … Continue reading
For one post today I am going to put on my Fan cap, all of my Georgetown gear, blue hair and face paint. Every game is important now, with six remaining in the regular season and of those 6, tonight … Continue reading
NB: Before Georgetown-Villanova game commentary, I’d like to pay respect to Hall of Fame Coach Dean Smith, who passed away this morning. Georgetown’s history intersected with Coach Smith’s team in 1982, of course. UNC fan, or not, one cannot deny … Continue reading