The Georgetown Hoyas held a 23-15 lead at halftime over the South Florida Bulls, as it looked like the Bulls would keep the game close. In the second half however, the Hoyas put their foot on the pedal and jumped out to a big lead on the Bulls and never looked back. The Hoyas put up 52 points in the second half of the game to crush the Bulls by 30 points.
It was a team effort by the Hoyas but center Henry Sims led the team in scoring with 13 points and picking up 8 rebounds. Markel Starks added 10 points while Jabril Trawick also added 10 points off the bench. For the Bulls, Augustus Gilchrist led the team in scoring with 15 points, but the Bulls just couldn't get enough offense to keep up with the Hoyas. Not only could the Bulls not keep up with the scoring, but they could not hold onto the ball turning it over 17 times.
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