The Wildcats found themselves at a 42-20 deficit at the half. They stormed back to cut the Hoya lead to 12 in the middle of the second half, and it looked like for a minute that they would be able to come all the way back. Georgetown, however, was able to stop that run and keep Villanova at a safe distance the rest of the way.
Bad shooting nights are bound to happen eventually. The Wildcats never gave up and made a great attempt at coming back in the second half, which is a great sign for them should they find themselves down come tournament time.
By: Dan Goggin
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