The Week That Was: Jan 4th Edition

It's been a good week. It started with the conference schedule preview and the player review of the pre-conference season. And St. John's has taken their first three games. 3-0 in the Big East, with 2 road wins and a home win over a ranked squad? It's been a good week. Here's how it happened:

* So, you might have heard that the Red Storm beat #13 ranked Georgetown at Madison Square Garden. A good deal of the city is waking up to the idea that there is college basketball in New York, and it is good. The Johnnies will try to keep up the momentum; but they have a few days off of game action after the stretch of 3 games in 6 days. We did a Q and A with Georgetown blog Casual Hoya, who is keeping his hand off of the panic button.

* Before that, St. John's squeezed out a close win against the Providence Friars on New Year's Day, with some clutch late plays by Paris Horne.

* In the other surprise of the week, St. John's beat West Virginia fairly handily on December 29th. The difference in score was only 10 points, but on the road in Morgantown, the Red Storm seemed to be in control of the whole game. The Johnnies drew fouls, ran their offense, got deep position... it was a tough, solid win.

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