One of the first things I do when dissecting why a team is winning or losing is simply to check whether the offense or defense is more to blame. People inherently focus on scoring -- there will be a game where the team loses 95-97 and their fans will scream about a turnover or missed shot, all the while ignoring the sieve that was their defense.So what about the Hoyas? The team is slumping badly with its most recent loss to a good WVU squad on the road (which, as Brian points out, was mostly caused by offensive turnovers and a distinct lack of defensive turnovers).One simple way to look at a team is to look at offensive and defensive efficiencies. As of the WVU game, Georgetown has an adjusted offensive efficiency of 114.5, good for 20th in the country.What does this mean? That...

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