Not much more to say on this one. Another second-half collapse against another team that should have been easily beaten.
Everywhere, I see that Georgetown's strength of schedule is #1 in the country -- toughest schedule of any team in Division I.
But I ask you.
What does that matter -- what do good-to-great wins over UConn, Syracuse, Memphis and Villanova mean -- if you lose at so many of that schedule's soft spots? If you lose to Seton Hall, St. John's and twice to Cincinnati?
It means NIT. That's what it means.
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