Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Rutgers "tough" but Hoyas "tougher"

Started from the bottom Hoyas, now were here

The game was a tough fought battle and won by the Hoyas over conference foe the Rutgers Scarlett Knights 64-51. Whomever, said just because you were at the bottom of the conference doesn't mean you can't play tough. The Hoyas know this, they're prepared for this. They're ready for something like this.What this does is make the Hoyas play "tougher, smarter and harder."

Rutgers brought the A game defensively. The backdoor was nonexistent as we mentioned, and Georgetown’s shooters got few clean looks (4 for 11 from deep). Transition defense also did the job, limiting the Hoyas to just six fast-break points. Obviously the David Cox factor was at work here, but also gritty effort by the players. Yea, I guess so, Cox is a old Georgetown assistant coach who knows our system, the Georgetown offense.

I'm going to use some photo's to desribed our win over Rutgers this past weekend.

Follow up two hand dunk!!!


Point communication

Anacostia High School, D.C. dance group

Anacostia High School Band (very good too)
Otto gets fouled and knocked down shooting a 3 three pointer at the far end of the court and no call, but he gets up and chases a Rutgers point guard down and blocks his shot wow. I've seen Jordan do this also. A great hustle play and an All-American & National Player of the Year play


My hands are up too haha

Diving for loose basketballs means you want the game! Take it! Dive, dive, dive

The Stonewalls!

Free Hoya tees ...fun

Rutgers coach Mike Rice on Otto Porter:

“I don’t know if anybody in this room could have predicted what he is right now. It’s not close who the Big East Player of the Year is right now. If he keeps continuing, it’s not even close for National Player of the Year.”

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