Big East coaches slotted Georgetown and Notre Dame in the bottom half of the conference entering the season, projecting a 10th- and ninth-place finish, respectively.
Updated 6:45 p.m.When the Big East beganaddingreplacement programs following theannounced though not yetrealized departures ofSyracuse, Pittsburgh and subsequently West Virginia, Memphis failed to
Updated 4:42 p.m.Sleepy offensively early during the oddly timed 11 a.m.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- One game later, Georgetown's defense was back. Of course, it helped that Connecticut was having its worst offensive night since the last millennium.