Editors note: This recap was written by Alan Greene (ignore the byline at the bottom) ---------------------- Well, that felt a bit like vintage III-era Georgetown.No, not just the domination -- this was an 18-point game with 47 seconds left -- but the manner in which it occurred.There were several devastating runs driven by a combination of exceptional half-court D and a flurry of made buckets. There was a second-half run by the opponent that was calmly refuted. The typical Thompson-era weaknesses also appeared. Georgetown turned the ball over on almost 24% of its possessions, and gave up offensive rebounds at an alarming rate.In other ways it felt different. For one, the defense was not particularly good. Yes, the numbers below are a little deceptive as Seton Hall scored eight points...

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