The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at time of challgenge and controversy. - Marting Luther King, Jr.
The Hoyas did, they made the changes and pushed through it. Score 67-51. It was amazing, especially badly losing the previous game at home to Pittsburgh. The coaching staff did a great job keeping the team confident and making great changes for the betterment of the team. This was awesome, and needs to stick. It was like I brought all my troops, so we need to all fight. They did! They fought and had faith through adversity. For whatever reason sophomore Greg Whittington's suspension I hope it gets resolved. This will be more fuel to fire. Hoyas ready to burn baby!
We have a long ways to go. The changes were quickly made and were executed with a sense or urgency. The Hoyas quickly came out of gates and never looking back. "Hoyas had total control of the game says, analyst and former Maryland Terp Len Elmore." I like that guy and respect his kind words analyzing the Hoyas. He tells like it is good or bad. As a fan you'd have to respect this. Sophomore forward sensation Otto Porter having a Wooden Top 25 All American watch list day 19 pts. 14 ribbies 2 assists, & 3 steals!
As a team the Hoyas rebounded well grabbing 42 to the Johnnies 24. Hoyas fan's have to love the unselfishness of the our team. 15 assists to the Johnnies 8. Attack and don't look back was the beat of the game. The Hoyas shot well from the free throw line @69.6%. This told me there were lots of attacking, playing inside out basketball. 3-8 in 3's. Good stat. The Hoyas did not rely on the 3 or take ill advised shots. Great to see junior forward Nate Lubick leading the team with 6 assists against St. Johns. Moses it was good to see you and Aaron Bowen and the rest of that mob.
Great comeback win for the Hoyas! Hoya Saxa! Together, We Are Georgetown!