Greg Monroe Takes Center Stage in Tourney

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Greg Monroe has started 64 consecutive games for Georgetown. In that span, he has been named Big East freshman of the year, earned all-Big East first-team honors as a sophomore and gone a long way toward establishing himself as the next towering figure in a line of distinguished Hoyas centers.

But Monroe has yet to compete in an NCAA tournament.

How he adapts to college basketball's biggest stage when the tournament tips off in earnest Thursday likely will determine how far this promising Georgetown squad goes.

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