Georgetown coach Patrick Ewing rips crew after blowout loss: 'Huge John is rolling over in his grave' – USA TODAY

Huge East play started with a thud Friday for Georgetown because the Hoyas have been hammered at residence, 92-64, by Marquette.
Enjoying its first sport since Dec. 18 after 4 contests have been postponed, Georgetown was outrebounded by 12 boards, had 13 fewer assists and shot simply 29.9% from the sector whereas the Golden Eagles hit at a 59.1% clip.
For sure, Georgetown coach Patrick Ewing was not happy after the sport.
“We didn’t compete,” Ewing stated postgame. “Each effort factor that we wanted to do, we did not do it.”
The Georgetown legend — in his fifth season teaching the Hoyas (6-6) — ended his media availability ripping his crew and stated this system is failing to dwell as much as the usual set by late Corridor of Fame coach John Thompson.
“As a participant who helped construct this program, I’m dissatisfied in my crew’s efficiency,” Ewing stated. “This isn’t what Georgetown basketball is about.
“Huge John is rolling over in his grave for the efficiency that we confirmed tonight.”
Ewing added that “everyone is on discover.”
Thompson, who died in August 2020 on the age of 78, spent 27 years at Georgetown from 1972-99. He guided the Hoyas to 3 Last Fours and the 1984 nationwide championship — with Ewing, the No. 1 decide within the 1985 NBA draft, the driving power of these groups.
However success has been extra scattered for Georgetown since Huge John stepped down. The Hoyas went to the 2007 Last 4 beneath John Thompson III, Thompson’s son, however the crew has not superior previous the primary weekend of the NCAA match since.
Ewing was employed at his alma mater forward of the 2017-18 season however has gone simply 68-65 so far. He did, nevertheless, lead Georgetown to the 2021 Huge East match title in a feel-good Cinderella run. The Hoyas, nevertheless, misplaced their first-round NCAA match sport to Colorado by 23.