Don't Worry Georgetown Fans, President Bill Clinton Still Has Faith In The Hoyas

I don't know about you guys, but I had no idea that former President Bill Clinton attended the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown, and received a BS in 1968. So that makes him a Hoya. Our Georgetown blog Casual Hoya caught up with 42 at the Big East Tournament, and he had some encouraging words for the Georgetown faithful.

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Georgetown stumbled into the post-season largely because of injuries, but they've showed the ability to string wins together because they run a smart, efficient offense, take care of the basketball, and force teams to take difficult shots. I still think they can go deep in the NCAA Tournament, especially once they get Mr. Wright back!

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Georgetown did not look very good toward the end of the season or in the Big East Tournament, but as the president says, things can change pretty quickly if Chris Wright is healthy for the tournament.

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