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Casual Hoya Aug 23, 2016

Georgetown Soccer Promo Tackles Whether The Hot Dog is a Sandwich

Georgetown's Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing Chris Grosse has once again come up with a fun promotion, this time tying in Hoyas soccer with one of the biggest questions of our time: whether the hot dog is indeed a sandwich. Check out the promo video below, which contains commentary from current Georgetown students, professors, and alumni.  I'll note that though I was somehow not asked to appear in the video despite the hours and hours this site has devoted to lunch documentation, since you are all wondering where I stand on the issue the hot dog is definitely a sandwich. ...
Casual Hoya Aug 18, 2016

Paul White to Transfer from Georgetown

Skilled forward leaving the Hilltop after missing sophomore year with injury. Georgetown suffered its first defection in two-plus years today, announcing that rising junior forward Paul White will transfer. White's departure ends two up-and-down, injury-riddled years on the Hilltop. White initially appeared to be a versatile offensive threat perfectly suited to John Thompson III's Princeton-based offense. The Chicago product earned immediate minutes as a freshman and provided much-needed shooting and passing in a sometimes stagnant half-court offense. Even after he declined in the latter...
Casual Hoya Aug 16, 2016

Bruce Springsteen's Songs: Ranked

THE GLOBAL PHENOMENON has never been a site limited to Hoyas coverage, and as the dog days of August take hold of our souls with the Hoyas season still months away, we now take a look at one of the site's biggest passions, the catalog of Bruce Springsteen. Georgetown alum @ManvilleHoya, who you all should be following on twitter, has reviewed each and every Bruce song on his twitter feed over the past couple of years and has now come up with his rankings of Bruce's releases. Here you go, starting with songs 26-316.  The Top 25 will be released over the next few...
Casual Hoya Aug 15, 2016

Qasual Questions: Olympic Glory

There's nothing going down in Hoya Land so the The QQs are back to help get you through your Monday: What was the best part of your weekend? Which athlete or event in the Olympics have you enjoyed the most? Pick one to party with in Las Vegas for one night: Usain Bolt or Michael Phelps or Ryan Lochte or Aly Raisman or Other? On a scale of 1-5 with 5 being "most excited", how excited are you for the upcoming Hoyas season? What is the most overrated ice-cream topping?
Casual Hoya Aug 4, 2016

Kenner League Playoffs Set To Begin

The 2016 Kenner League playoffs begin tonight at McDonough and below is the playoff bracket: #KennerLeague playoffs start tomorrow. Who's going to emerge as champs? #CheckBall #since1981 pic.twitter.com/QeaRuIZrih — Nike DC Pro City (@kennerleague) August 3, 2016 This summer has so far been the Summer of Pryor, as transfer Rodney Pryor has electrified the crowd with his impressive play for #1 seeded The Tombs squad. Georgetown players are spread out among eight teams in the 10-team league. Center Bradley Hayes (Jacksonville, Fla./Sandalwood) and junior college transfer Jonathan...
Casual Hoya Aug 1, 2016

Report: Jonathan Wallace to Join Georgetown's Coaching Staff

According to Shoot The Jay, former Georgetown point guard Jonathan Wallace will be joining Georgetown's coaching staff this season in some capacity.  Wallace, who was originally recruited by John Thompson III when he was still the coach at Princeton, is one of the more beloved Hoyas of the JT3 era. In his junior year, Wallace, Roy Hibbert and Jeff Green led the team to the Final Four of the NCAA tournament.  His three-pointer with less than a minute left to tie the Elite Eight game against North Carolina is one of the most celebrated shots in Georgetown history. Wallace...