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Georgetown Beats Louisville In Game That Was 24 Seconds Longer Than Regulation And Came Down To The Final Possession

Fifth-ranked Louisville dropped its third consecutive game today to Georgetown in what was a one-possession struggle for the final six minutes of action. Those final six minutes, strangely, were actually a bit more than that; the clock inexplicably stopped at 6:07 and stayed that way for 24.37 seconds. As far as we…

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Georgetown And Tennessee Missed The Record For Lowest Scoring Game Of The Shot Clock Era By Just Four Points

Ah! So close. Back in 2008, Rick Majerus's St. Louis Billikens scored 20 points (and held George Washington to 49 points, so that was a plus) in their first conference game of the season, meaning the teams combined for 69 during the contest. Last night, Georgetown and Tennessee came perilously near to finishing below…