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Pesky synchronized swimmer leads Hoyas over ‘Cuse
- Updated: March 11, 2010
Georgetown coach John Thompson III mentioned he might use his purple ace against Syracuse today, but no one knew it would come in the form of a secret, yet to be identified synchronized swimmer with an indescribable knack for defense; specifically shot-blocking.
To no surprise, the Hoyas seized control of the game as soon as he pirouetted onto the court, leaving coach Boeheim visibly flustered by the unusual tactic. Jimmy's players were no different, as none of them even thought to make an attempt to snap his goggles.
Expect Boeheim to counter with a menacing Ostrich some time during Round 2 of the Big Dance.
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