Georgetown wrapped up a share of the regular-season Big East title in style Saturday afternoon. The Hoyas pounded Syracuse 61-39, providing an exclamation point at the end of a longstanding conference rivalry.
Georgetown, ranked fifth in the nation, embarrassed the Orange as Jim Boeheim and company bid farewell to the final Big East regular season in program history. The Hoyas have won 12 of 13 games and sent Syracuse to its fourth defeat in five games.
Coach John Thompson III's team rolls into the conference tournament with a mighty dose of momentum. The Hoyas have a head full of steam, courtesy of a well-rounded scoring attack and one of the country's premier defenses.
Here's how Georgetown can seal the deal with an excellent postseason journey.