Southern vs. Georgetown
Details: at Capital Centre, 8 p.m.
Records: Jaguars 4-4, Hoyas 6-2
Injuries: Hoyas' guard Fred Brown (knee), is questionable; forward Victor Morris (right leg stress fracture) is questionable.
Game Analysis: Hoyas have been practicing hard and should rebound from consecutive losses to top-ranked Virginia and cross-town rival American. Southern, from Baton Rouge, is a poor shooting team: 42 percent from the field, 57 percent from the foul line. But it has good balance with four players in double figures, led by 6-foot-6 forward Arnold Scott, averaging 14 points and nine rebounds a game, and guard Brian Broadway, 12.3 points. Georgetown center Patrick Ewing is averaging 13.7 points, 10 rebounds and four blocked shots, and freshman guard David Wingate has a 13.9-point average. UMES at George Mason
Details: at George Mason Gymnasium, 7:30 p.m.
Records: Hawks 1-6, Patriots 4-2
Injuries: Patriots' senior center Mike Hanlin (broken thumb on left, nonshooting hand) will play.
Game Analysis: Patriots should win this matchup of running teams. Their superior quickness and a good transition game helped them rout Brooklyn, 78-40, Monday night. Mason has four tough games after UMES, against East Carolina, Duke, William and Mary and Richmond. Carlos Yates leads area Division 1 schools in scoring at 25 points a game. For Maryland-Eastern Shore, Alan Faulks is the leading scorer, 12.4 a game. Other Game
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