John Thompson III and Georgetown finished in a three-way tie atop the Big East standings in 2012-13. The Hoyas shared the league title with Louisville, who ended the season as the national champion, and Marquette, who they will continue to build a rivalry with in the new Big East Conference.
Georgetown lost versatile forward Otto Porter Jr. to the NBA, after deciding to forgo his final two seasons in Washington D.C. The Hoyas will try to make their fifth straight March Madness appearance in 2014, though they've only won a single NCAA tournament game during that time frame.
The Hoyas should compete for another Big East title in the league's inaugural season, competing with the likes of Marquette, Creighton and Villanova. They are currently receiving votes in the AP Poll and will need to adjust to life without Porter, who is still nearby as a member of the Washington Wizards.
This preview will give a glimpse of Georgetown's roster, projected rotation, returning players, newcomers, key players, season scenarios and, of course, a prediction of how the Hoyas' regular season and postseason play out.