There's always plenty to play for in rivalry week, but with the race for the playoff heating up, there may be more at stake this week than ever before.
Mike London won't be coaching for his job against Virginia Tech after all as it was announced he will return as head coach at Virginia for the 2015 season.
Mark Turgeon will have a difficult time dividing minutes, especially now that one freshman is emerging -- and emerging quickly.
3hD'Vauntes Smith-Rivera couldn't miss and Georgetown appeared ready to upset No 2 Wisconsin. The Badgers pushed back and the Hoyas fell from the ranks of the unbeaten.
8hWe know about Rich Chvotkin's enthusiastic call of "Hoyas win! Hoyas win!" Following Wednesday's thriller over Florida, we got to watch the man do his thing.
20hD'Vauntes Smith-Rivera played the hero role, freshman Paul White and L.J. Peak stepped up and the Georgetown Hoyas remained unbeaten with a 66-65 win over No. 18 Florida.
1dHow will rivalry week change the playoff race?
1dWith both Virginia and Virginia Tech needing a win to become bowl eligible, there's a lot on the line this season in the battle for the Commonwealth Cup.
1dGeorgetown's quest for the Battle 4 Atlantis title begins Wednesday versus the Florida Gators. Grinding out opponents could take the deep Hoyas a long way.
1dGW returns to the court from last week's loss at Virginia against Longwood on Wednesday and does so hoping for interior scoring.