ATLANTA (AP) - Passing and cutting, Georgetown worked its offense to perfection and Ohio State was powerless to do anything about it. Just as bad, the Buckeyes couldn't get anything of their own going offensively.
The game most thought would be a gimme for Ohio State in the second round of last year's NCAA tournament turned out to be anything but. In what might have been the surest sign Georgetown really was back, the Hoyas routed the second-seeded Buckeyes.
In OSU's back yard, no less.
Fast-forward a year, and the teams are meeting again, this time in the Final Four. But anyone looking at last year's game to see who will have the edge Saturday would have just as much luck consulting a Ouija board. Actually, the Ouija board might provide more insight.
Indeed, about the only thing that's the same are the names on the front of the jerseys.
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