Editor's note: Please welcome a new contributor to the blog, Saxamaphone. As the sample size for the season gets larger, the stats on the Georgetown page at KenPom.com begin become more telling. It’s still early, but the team’s numerical fingerprints are starting to take shape.Looking at that page after the Butler game, one number in particular was a surprise: 68.2. That’s Georgetown’s adjusted pace so far this year, and it’s much, much faster than expected.One of the consistent knocks against the JTIII’s version of the Princeton Offence is that its deliberate pace isn’t compatible with the kind of elite athletes on Top 25 teams. At the beginning of his tenure, that was unquestionably true – at least the pace portion of that argument.The 2005-6 season, III’s second year on the...

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