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Georgetown hasn’t learned how to defend the three-point shot

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Note to any mid-major matched up against Georgetown these next few NCAA Tournaments: be good at shooting three pointers, it will really help spark an upset. One year after the embarrassment that was Ohio vs. The Hoyas, John Thompson III’s club was embarrassed yet again by a lesser opponent, due in large part to the inability to defend the three.

You would think last tournament’s loss would remain fresh in the minds of this current Georgetown squad, and that it would compel them to, I don’t know, guard that Joey Rodriguez kid or something. It didn’t, and tonight VCU cruised to a 74-56, capped by a 12-23 three point shooting output.

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