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Daily Links - Taking In The Loss

Hoya Suxa
Uh-oh, The Suxa has been overrun by Georgetown fans.

1 = done? - Cuse Country
Somebody had a bad feeling about this game before it was even played...

Georgetown 91, Syracuse 84 - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
In the span of one game, Georgetown reminded everyone why it can be a serious player in the NCAA tournament and Syracuse faced its first taste of vulnerability.

Orange Crush: Georgetown Defeats Syracuse 91-84 in a Classic - Casual Hoya
More than anything, this game put Chris Wright on a different level than he was before, and I'm very happy for him. He takes a lot of crap from Georgetown fans, and all he's done is come out the last two days and been the MVP of the entire Big East Tournament.

Loss to Georgetown quiets Syracuse University campus |
When Georgetown took the lead in Thursday's back-and-forth Big East Tournament quarterfinal basketball game, a small crowd of students at Syracuse University's Goldstein Auditorium fell silent.

Agony of Syracuse University defeat -- times 52 |
Fifty-two flat screen TVs displayed in the Burnet Avenue appliance retailer's main showroom were all tuned to the Big East quarterfinal matchup as the Orange spotted the Hoyas to a nine-point second-half lead. Fifty-two TVs showed Arinze Onuaku grimmacing in agony with a knee injury. Fifty-two TVs showed the Orange roar back to within two, only to ebb again.

The 65 - Poll: Is Syracuse still a No. 1 seed? Will Georgetown be a No. 3 seed?
I still think the Orange will wind up a No. 1 seed because of its body of work. You’re talking about seven top 50 victories and no loss against a team rated worse than 37 in the RPI. That’s impressive. Now, the injury to Arinze Onuaku is a particular concern because Syracuse is essentially down to six players.