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22 min ago | The Washington Post
Since the beginning of last month, when the Georgetown men's basketball team began to dig itself out of a five-game losing streak, Hoyas Coach John Thompson III has spoken repeatedly about his team's scant margin for error in order to secure an NCAA tournament berth.
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The 2014 Big East tournament will have a completely different feel to it now that only 10 teams will enter Madison Square Garden.
With Selection Sunday just a week away, NCAA basketball teams who haven't yet cemented their tournament resumes are getting desperate.
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Georgetown's bid to make the NCAA tournament took another hit on Saturday, and the Hoyas now will likely need a deep run in the Big East tournament to have any chance qualify.
The Virginia men's basketball team knew all along it would have an unusual eight-day gap between games to end the regular season.
Penns Valley coach Terry Glunt didn't dwell on it, but he did recall a memorable upset when addressing his team heading into its PIAA Class AA opener.
Just out of reach: Lexie Brown and the 8th-ranked Terrapins leave their mark in Greensboro in a fashion they were not expecting - with a first-round exit from the ACC tournament.
Harvard's Siyani Chambers, left, and Brandyn Curry, right, celebrate their 70-58 win over Yale in the Ivy League tournament championship game.
Georgetown Coach John Thompson III walked Friday afternoon from one end of the lobby in McDonough Arena to the other, searching for a new location to stand before his usual conference with reporters.
Home attendance for Georgetown's men's basketball team declined for the third straight season in 2013-2014, falling 16.5 percent over the last year.
Before there was Kemba , Gerry McNamara lit up the Garden with four heroic wins on consecutive nights to send Syracuse to the Big Dance.
Construction is set to begin for Georgetown's John R. Thompson Jr. Intercollegiate Athletics Center this summer.