We didn't need to lose a bet to hate Georgetown

Tonight, our temporary brethren up in Syracuse will host their hated rivals, the Georgetown Reverse Vampires, in yet another clash of ranked Big East teams.

TheUConnBlog's usual official position on Georgetown is to lean back in our easy chair, stare thoughtfully into the distance and say "If such a thing as a George-town exists, I would not be fond of it."

However, for one day, at least, I'm willing to put away that cool exterior and join Syracuse fans in RABID, FROTHING HATRED. Because, hey, it's just plain fun to point out that even though Georgetown had two of the best NBA centers of the 90's on their team for 3 years, and they had a single Elite Eight and two first-weekend exits to show for it. And that no one does historically less with more talent than Georgetown. And that the Princeton offense was meant for suburban high school teams whose center is 5'8, not the Big East.

Anyway...below the jump, we offer a series of visual logs to add to the worthy bonfire of Hoya Hatred, for you to peruse before tonight's 7 p.m. tip-off.

As the game is the culmination and raison d'etre of Syracuse Love Day, this will likely be our last post until the sweet, sweet release of midnight. So get your shots in now while we're still smiling in your general direction, Syracuse fans.

2010:

1989:

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1996:

1985:

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∞:

With apologies to Sean Keeley, G'Orange. Destroya the Hoya.

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