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Xavier vs. (21) Georgetown Halftime Notes

After 20 minutes, the Muskies lead the Hoyas by a score of 29-16.

"I'm feeling it tonight but first let me take a selfie." -Myles Davis
"I'm feeling it tonight but first let me take a selfie." -Myles Davis
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Xavier is dominating Georgetown in D.C. by thirteen at the half, with a score of 29-16.

Xavier's defense has been the difference thus far in this contest as they have held the Hoyas to a mere 25% field goal percentage and an abysmal 12.5% from behind the arc.

Myles Davis leads all scorers at the half with a tally of 13 points on 5-7 shooting overall and 3-4 from behind the arc.  It is safe to say that Myles Davis is feeling it in the nation's capitol, which is bad news for the home team since Myles is one of the best shooters on Xavier's team.

For Georgetown to get back into this game their star players Joshua Smith and DSR will need to pick it up as they have combined for a mere three points.

Xavier playing well on the road and Georgetown playing poorly at home are both oddities so it will be interesting to see if this persists or not in the second half.