Villanova Vs. Georgetown: Hoyas Pull Away In Second Half, Score Easy 67-46 Victory

The Georgetown Hoyas let the Villanova Wildcats hang around in the first half, but dominated on both ends of the floor in the second half, winning 67-46 Saturday afternoon at the Verizon Center.

As a team, the Hoyas shot 46.2 percent from the floor from the game, and dominated the Wildcats on the glass, grabbing 35 rebounds against just 22 for Villanova.

Four Hoyas players were in double figures in scoring, paced by Jason Clark with 15. Clark added six rebounds, three assists and two steals in a stellar all-around performance. Otto Porter also chipped in 15 points, while Henry Sims added 12 points and Hollis Thompson scored 10.

Villanova was led by Dominic Cheek, who was really the only Wildcat to do anything all game. Cheek scored 19 points, on six of 12 shooting, adding three rebounds and four steals. No other Villanova player scored in double figures.

The Hoyas improved to 11-5 in Big East conference play, and for the moment are in sole possession of fourth place in the conference.

For more news, analysis, and discussion on the Hoyas, visit SB Nation's Georgetown blog, Casual Hoya. For all your Big East news, follow along at Big East Coast Bias and be sure check out SB Nation's college basketball hub.

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