LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Austin Freeman scored 24 of his 29 points
in the second half and No. 11 Georgetown bounced back from
consecutive losses with a 70-60 victory over Louisville on Tuesday
The Hoyas (19-7, 9-6 Big East) trailed the entire first half but
took control after that behind some sizzling shooting from Freeman
and an extended scoring drought by the Cardinals (18-10, 9-6).
Freeman scored the first eight points of the second half,
including two 3-pointers, the second of which gave the Hoyas their
first lead, 37-35.
The Cardinals tied the game at 37 on a driving layup by Edgar
Sosa, who finished with 24 points and eight assists. However, that
was the only field goal Louisville managed in more than 15 minutes
- a drought that spanned back to a 3 by Reginald Delk more than 5
minutes before halftime.