Georgetown Vs. Syracuse Score Update: Hoyas Lead 31-27 At Halftime

The Georgetown Hoyas came to the Carrier Dome to take on their bitter rivals, the Syracuse Orange. The game went back and forth through much of the first half with the teams trading buckets as the lead bounced back and forth the whole first half. Georgetown took a five point lead at one point, but 'Cuse battled back to tie the game and take the lead before a Hollis Thompson three-pointer gave the Hoyas back the lead.

The Hoyas were able to maintain that lead until halftime, leading 31-27, and significantly out rebounded Syracuse in the first half. If Syracuse can start pulling down some rebounds, the Hoyas might sweat a little bit as the Orange have hung right with them.

We'll have plenty more on this game throughout the day here on SB Nation D.C., so keep it locked to this StoryStream. For more on the Hoyas, please check out Casual Hoya. And for more on Syracuse, head over to Troy Nunes Is A Magician. For more on this and every NCAAB game, check out the SB Nation's NCAA Basketball hub.

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