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2016 Schedule
8th in Big East

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Georgetown forward Paul White is transferring.

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Cuse to honor late Washington at Hoyas game

The tribute to Dwayne "Pearl" Washington will include a "31" logo affixed to a sideline, at approximately the same distance from where Washington made his memorable half-court shot in 1984.


No. 1 seed: City of Gods vs. No. 5 Team FOE

The City of Gods features more former NBA players than almost every other team in the tourney. The 2000 No. 6 overall pick DerMarr Johnson has averaged 28 points in the team's two wins. The roster also consists of former Georgetown Hoya Michael Sweetney and former George Washington Colonial Pops Mensah-Bonsu. TBT Super 16

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UNC, Oregon among teams in Maui tourney field

The Maui Invitational announced its field on Tuesday with No. 1 seeds from last season's NCAA tournament North Carolina and Oregon leading the charge.

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Maui Invitational bracket:

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Will Washington continue to endure?

Conditioning has been the question with P.J. Washington, but lately he's made strides in that department. This is Washington's third Peach Jam; expect his renowned offensive abilities to be on full display. Five players to watch at Peach Jam (Insider)

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Four-star 2017 shooting guard Tyler Foster is decommitting from Georgetown, sources told ESPN.

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Champ Nova to open Gavitt Games vs. Purdue

The second annual Gavitt Tipoff Games, eight games between members of the Big East and Big Ten to be played Nov. 14-18, will feature Villanova at Purdue in the opener.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Robert Morris grad transfer Rodney Pryor has committed to Georgetown, source tells ESPN. Immediately eligible. The 6-foot-5 wing averaged 18.0 points and 8.0 rebounds last season.

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Ranking all 78 NCAA tournament champions

Villanova captured its second national title when Kris Jenkins hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to beat North Carolina. Where do the 2016 Wildcats rank on the list of other NCAA tournament champs?

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

They just flashed two of Georgetown's title game losses on the screen -- 1982 to UNC and 1985 to Villanova. John Thompson Jr courtside on Westwood One Radio. No cut away to Big John. Makes you think about how great that Hoya run was in the '80s.

Iverson: I played every game like it was my last (2:14)
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Villanova loves the Bluegrass State

Villanova has knocked off the AP No. 1 team twice in the NCAA tournament while playing in the state of Kentucky.

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Lumberjacks tie tournament record

Stephen F. Austin's 14-point win over West Virginia tied the NCAA tournament record for largest win by a No. 14 seed.

Biggest tournament upsets: No. 6

In 2010, No. 14 Ohio was a 13.5-point underdog to Georgetown, but the Bobcats dominated the Hoyas. Ohio led 48-36 at halftime and held a lead of at least seven points for the entire second half. Biggest upsets

Biggest tournament upsets: No. 5

In 2013, No. 2 Georgetown was favored by 14 over No. 15 Florida Gulf Coast, which was making its first tournament appearance in just its second year of eligibility. After leading by two at halftime, "Dunk City" came alive in the second half, scoring 54 points en route to a 10-point win. Biggest upsets

Villanova advances to Big East semis

The Wildcats are still alive for a No. 1 seed after defeating Georgetown 81-67. Josh Hart and Ryan Arcidiacono combined to shoot 8-for-11 from 3-point range. Box score

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Tremendous second-half performance for Villanova in its win over Georgetown. Wildcats were 7-for-9 from 3-point range after halftime and really locked down on the defensive end. Georgetown was 3-for-12 from 3 in the final 20 minutes, and Villanova outscored the Hoyas in transition points for the game, 20-1. Georgetown was also far less dominant on the glass and didn't have as many second-chance points; Villanova actually outrebounded the Hoyas in the second half. It came down, as usual, to the Wildcats' veterans late in the game. Josh Hart, Ryan Arcidiacono and Kris Jenkins combined for 58 points. Villanova will advance to play the winner of Butler and Providence.

Team Stats

Points Per Game73.6163rd
Rebounds Per Game35.8194th
Assists Per Game14.977th
Points Allowed71.8175th

Tournament History

Final Fours5
Tournament Record47-29
Championship Seasons1984
Tournament Appearances30