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Technical swings things for Hoyas

Posted: February 12, 2013 at 3:28 a.m.

Georgetown forward Otto Porter Jr. (22) shoots over Marquette center Chris Otule (42) during the second half of Monday’s game in Washington. Porter had 21 points as Georgetown won 63-55.

Georgetown forward Otto Porter Jr. (22) shoots over Marquette center Chris Otule (42) during the second half of Monday’s game in Washington. Porter had 21 points as Georgetown won 63-55.

Georgetown Coach John Thompson III was so focused on the details of the game that he claimed not to notice a momentum swing when Marquette counterpart Buzz Williams was called for a technical foul in the second half.

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Sports, Pages 21 on 02/12/2013

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