(Xavier) went 27-for-33 from the line, while Georgia was 3-for-5...
Time to blame the refs. And possibly President Bush.
By the way, The Telegraph sent a reporter to D.C. to cover the game. He flew in this morning and plans to fly out tonight. That's right, no overnight stay.
So it's safe to say we weren't expecting the Dawgs to make a run. Congrats, though, gentlemen on an exciting few days. We'll always have the 2008 SEC Tournament.
UPDATE: The Georgia men's basketball team is on the front pages of The New York Times Web site right now. The Times says they boys showed "willpower."
As another writer here said, "What were the odds of that last week?"
Since it will probably cycle off the front page soon, I'm swiping the picture. I hope The Times won't mind too much.
The Georgia senior guard Sundiata Gaines was the last Bulldog player off the floor. He hung his head low, but had nothing to be ashamed of. He vacuumed up every loose ball, led with a veteran’s aplomb and epitomized the fight this Georgia team had shown for the last week.