Chris Miller reports from the Hoyas' loss to N.C. State
Sun, 18 Mar 2012|
CSN Washington dot com -- -- roof. Of our receivers from two. We do and partners personal are still -- shoes disappointment good. Notes it's some -- to a virtual tour well into the wolf who who -- listen. Actually I don't know how difficult is this moment for you. Very -- I don't feel the same thing to sing you some food and lawlessness something that distance harder than -- do it. Rivers figured -- give back to where it makes you for seventeen minutes he has really played at the pace I think you guys wanted to what changed. You know we turned the ball over we started turn them all over. You know we turned the ball over against a good team as good transition. You know there -- stages and that isn't easy baskets and you know. Turnovers are leaving their points and what was in my answer for you wouldn't have time coming down because I thought you were really explosive in the second. It's an -- before the game ultimately arm puts on. -- -- sense -- NC state when they made that Romney talked about it yesterday as we can get into transition. I think we have a chance against Georgetown. You I was 100 focuses on the offensive transition we've into -- on top -- -- Which is to since he really liked working with these young men this year as a fair assessment. That's an innocent or not little fingers in the group of like working with more. And -- -- miss this with -- ago. There's teams that didn't concentrate. -- it was successful. It was given this year. And bring grace to each other Brothers me. Something that that is special. The harsh reality of the NCAA tournament is every team except one feels the way Georgetown does at this moment. But the -- have nothing to be disappointed about they lose two seniors and Henry Sims and Jason Clark. The residency is expected to come back and give John Thompson the third another run at the big dance. A Columbus, Ohio Chris Miller Comcast sports net. CSN Washington dot com.