Maryland and Georgetown Won't Play Unless Forced, and That's Not Right

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Maryland and Georgetown Won't Play Unless Forced, and That's Not Right
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This is usually the point at which you are given the back story of why there hasn’t been a scheduled men’s basketball game between Maryland and Georgetown since the night the Terrapins arrived as a program under Williams, knocking off Big John’s Hoyas at Capital Centre in 1993. But what’s the use? Like boxers Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather dancing around each other for years at the expense of their dying sport, anticipation and hope has been replaced by apathy and ambivalence.

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