Austin Freeman was apparently sick. The rest of the Hoyas played like they had the flu as well. I wouldn't be surprised to find out that they did.In a game where Notre Dame got a good 80% of the loose "50-50" balls, the Hoyas' lack of focus on defense once again allowed a less talented Big East squad to upset them. It's worth noting that of Georgetown's three bad conference losses, in all three the defense gave up a defensive efficiency of over 110. Today, the Hoyas put forth of the their worst defensive performances in years.Notre Dame is a good offensive team. But they were also missing their best offensive weapon and only interior threat in Luke Harangody. A brief four minute segment in the second half highlighted by a five possession streak of three forced turnovers and two missed,...

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