There were a lot of ugly stats for No. 19 Georgetown in their 73-45 drubbing at the hands of Pittsburgh on Tuesday.
They shot 36 percent from the field and 18 percent from three. They had more shots (47) than points and over three times as many turnovers (16) as assists (five).
Otto Porter, their leading scorer, had nine points. Here's one you don't see every day: they nearly had more personal fouls (19) than rebounds (20).
But as discouraging a loss as it was for Georgetown, it had to hearten Pittsburgh fans as the Panthers ended a two-game losing streak to get their first win in Big East play.
Talib Zanna had 15 points on 7-9 shooting as the Pittsburgh front line overwhelmed Georgetown in the paint. Everyone got in the fun for Jamie Dixon's team, with nine different players scoring at least five points.
The loss dropped the Hoyas to 0-2 in conference play, as they'll have to get back on the drawing board on offense to get a once promising season back on track.