Porter Jr. and No. 20 Georgetown Close out Rutgers Late, 69-63

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Porter Jr. and No. 20 Georgetown Close out Rutgers Late, 69-63
Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports

Piscataway, N.J. - After No. 20 Georgetown beat Rutgers, 69-63, at the Louis Brown Athletic Center Saturday afternoon, Head Coach John Thompson III said that sophomore forward Otto Porter Jr. (Morley, Mo./Scott County Central) did what Otto Porter Jr. tends to do in games. After only four points in the first half, Porter Jr., a Wooden Award candidate, scored 15 points in the second half, including seven of Georgetown's last nine points and five of the last seven in the final 75 seconds as the Hoyas pulled away for the win.

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