One of the most prominent lessons of this college basketball season is that, even with the NCAA tournament less than a week away, no single unstoppable team has emerged. Even the leading title contenders will bring some notable weaknesses with them into Selection Sunday.
Georgetown has been one of the nation’s hottest teams in the second half of the season, but its impressive Big East showing has obscured major question marks on offense.
A great defense is well and good, but when a would-be national champ can be held to 46 points on its home floor by Towson, it’s going to raise eyebrows.
Herein, a closer look at the Hoyas’ scoring troubles along with nine more serious concerns for teams that will bring sky-high hopes with them into March Madness.