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Punchless Hoyas Survive Against Towson

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WASHINGTON — The first time it was kind of funny. Win a game with 37 points? Hadn’t seen anything like that since elementary school.

The second time, Georgetown coach John Thompson III was more defensive about the offensiveness of his offense. He said he was concerned about the No. 15 Hoyas’ lack of scoring in Saturday’s 46-40 win over Towson, but not overly concerned. He insisted he has “good offensive players,” but he said they are “immature offensively” and “have a lot of growing up to do.”

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