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Georgetown Fans Kissing

I TiVo'd the Hoyas game last night, so I could watch it quickly to try to answer my most important question: were any Georgetown fans captured on TV wearing costumes.

Sadly, I did not see any, although I certainly saw lots of shirtless folks. But happily, there are other things you can notice when watching a basketball game in 10 minutes and wondering how your career devolved to taking grainy photographs off your TV.

1) Students smooching on camera. This is something of a trend, right? Fans wait for a key moment when the camera might pan over the fans, then lock lips. I'm not sure I understand. Clearly someone who reads this will know these two individuals; please, get them to e-mail me and tell me why they wanted to kiss on camera following a relatively minor Georgetown dunk with something like 10 minutes remaining in the game. I believe the kiss was a little sloppier than the following images would make it seem.

The Kiss, part one.

The Kiss, part two.

The Kiss, part three.

2) Jim Boeheim, fiddling with his nose, repeatedly. As someone who appears on camera myself, I probably shouldn't go down this road, but what the heck.

The Nose Scratch.

3) New Jack City, hanging out with Bill Raftery.

New Jack's reign expands.

By Dan Steinberg  |  January 22, 2008; 12:39 PM ET
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