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Josh Smith scored 22 points and collected 11 rebounds as Georgetown cruised past Robert Morris, 80-66, in its final tune up before the Battle 4 Atlantis next week.
A full update follows Sunday.
If this was the 1980's, construction of the Intercollegiate Athletics Center might have seen a 20 foot high wall to build the project without the presence of cameras. Such is not the case in 2014, where the Georgetown athletic department has posted a 24 hour construction camera for fans to watch the progress of the effort.
If you're expecting a lot of dirt flying in the nine weeks since the groundbreaking, the camera would suggest otherwise. Athletic Director Lee Reed commented on this at a recent e-mail newsletter this week which stated, in part, "A late change in the storm water management regulations necessitated a modification to our original design. While we have lost time because of this, I remain confident that we will meet our goal of having the building completed and occupied in time for the 2016-17 academic year."
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