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Good morning, folks, my first in Atlanta. Got in yesterday around 6 p.m., and it's already bustling with coaches eager to schooze for new jobs and sportswriters scrounging for free food. Later this morning, we'll have a recap of an eventful night one in the ATL, including a high-profile embrace at one of the Greatest Places in The World. Intrigued?

Here's some of what's going on today in Georgetownland: We learn JTIII is super calm in this profile. America's Newspaper says tickets are in high demand (by everyone but Georgetown students) and III learned his trade from Pete Carill. Here's what the AJC says about ticket availaility. Mike Conley is clutch like his daddy. Georgetown has its tradition back. The New York Times slams the Hoyas for accepting Marc Egerson.

Columnists: Wilbon contemplates the social differences between III and Jr. Tom Knott gives his take on Big Roy-Big O (apparently, Greg Oden has stolen Oscar Robertson's nickname). Mark Gokavi gives some random thoughts on the game. Bob Hunter praises Thad Matta.

Also, the women's tournament isn't getting enough love, and Camille has a Georgetown chat at 10 a.m. See, Georgetown fans? We're not biased!

By Adam Kilgore  |  March 30, 2007; 8:35 AM ET
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It should be noted that the author of that New York Crimes' article is a Syracuse alum. Quality "journalism" where you can't even track down a college student to get a comment before you do a hatchet job on him.

Posted by: EatTheOrangeToo | March 30, 2007 1:32 PM | Report abuse

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