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Georgetown's Win Reminiscent of 2006

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This arena has not been as charged, partisan, star-powered and deafening for a college game since the slipper fit George Mason against top-seeded Connecticut in an NCAA tournament region final almost four Marches ago. Before that, you need to go back a few months to the day Georgetown's ascent under Big John's son genuinely began, when the unranked, NIT-or-bust Hoyas knocked off the No. 1 Blue Devils, the students stormed the floor and a program was reborn. (Although Roy Hibbert's three-pointer to knock off U-Conn. in 2008 was pretty loud.)

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