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Posted at 12:00 PM ET, 03/ 7/2011

NCAA tournament 2011: Where to seed Georgetown

By Eric Prisbell

I know I'm not the only one who is going to develop an ulcer trying to figure out Georgetown's seed before Sunday night.

Georgetown
Record: 21-9
RPI: 11
SOS: 1 (3 in non-conference)
Vs. top 50: 8-9
Vs. top 100: 10-9
Best wins: Utah State (17), at Syracuse (18), Louisville (20)
Worst losses: Cincinnati (32), at Cincinnati (32), at Temple (29)
True road record: 7-5
As of today: No. 5/6 seed
Comment: Seeding Georgetown figures to be one of the selection committee's most difficult tasks this coming weekend. When this team was at full strength, the Hoyas were a solid No. 3 seed in the NCAAs. But they have lost all three games since Chris Wright, who is really a coach on the floor for this team, broke his non-shooting hand. They are clearly not a No. 3 seed without him. How effective will he be when/if he returns? How far can the Hoyas slide? There is no easy answer to these questions. But they will be the ones posed when the committee assesses the strength of the Hoyas.

By Eric Prisbell  | March 7, 2011; 12:00 PM ET
 
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