Georgetown on Orange alert after setback against Syracuse
Sat, 16 Mar 2013|
CSN Washington dot com. After beating Syracuse twice in the regular season it was the orange who have the last laugh here at Madison Square Garden. Syracuse took charge in this one immediately with a thirteen oh run. Their defense holding Georgetown scoreless for nearly eight minutes in the first half the -- team nothing if not resilient though. They'd come back in the second half with in 198 run to close regulation and forced overtime. Only to lose. By three points. Fitting that it wouldn't overcome -- figures -- I mean we're gonna. It's a shame. And and it's the -- -- and go to the back room. Or -- -- more. And you know this is Toro Rivers and -- lot to our program in the -- their program. The Disco for. So the end of the day it's all Owens. You know we've we've been in this position before and we knew that you know we -- we were ready to fold. On the we never know what we're we're resilient group as you said and you know we moved to stick together it's a stickler staffs and what will always be involved and. We felt like we. Mason plays down the stretch. Some positive plays we did some good things. You know that doesn't doesn't mean anything you know without him. Obviously we will we will learn from this experience obviously it hurts right now. We're not going to you know knows -- in the size relative to buzzer boosting. From missiles being that we don't carry over to -- disability and. Head coach John Thompson the third was asked in his post game press conference if this extra day of rest could be beneficial to the boy is as they wait for the NCAA tournament. He responded saying he hadn't even thought about that he had every intention of playing here at the garden on Saturday night. At Madison Square Garden the cold Darren. CSN Washington. CSN Washington dot com it.