Princeton recruit Amir Bell is ready to lead his senior season.
The exact location has yet to be announced but Georgetown will play Oregon in the Armed Forces Classic this November. Hoya head coach John Thompson III guested on ESPN 980 recently, talking about Otto Porter's draft prospects, Roy Hibbert's development and other topics.
While in town for Reunions, Craig Robinson spoke with the Daily Princetonian.
I'm guessing T.J. Bray doesn't need to see another tennis racquet for a good while.
Ian Hummer worked out with the Phoenix Suns and has at least four more workouts scheduled. This brief evaluation of Hummer's skills is a fair one.
Tiger assistant Marcus Jenkins took part in the NCAA-Black Coaches and Administrators Achieving Coaching Excellence Program.
Mike Francesa brought his radio show to Fairfield yesterday and Sydney Johnson joined him for a 12 minute segment.
Princeton volunteer assistant Dan Geriot is leaving the Tigers staff after two seasons for a position at Campbell.
Chris Young had a rough outing in his first appearance for the Syracuse Chiefs.
In 1965 Bill Bradley was an Oxford scholar turned European champion.
Bradley served as the inspiration for another Rhodes Scholar, football player Myron Rolle.
A piece on new Rutgers coach Eddie Jordan includes quotes from Pete Carril and George Leftwich Sr.
Rick Pitino was asked about what made a number of coaches Hall of Famers, including Carril.
A survey on two possible major changes to college basketball included the opinions of Chris Mooney and Craig Robinson. What do you think about starting practice sooner and/or cutting five seconds off the shot clock?
I was asked in the elevator after the game if this was the biggest round of 64 upset in NCAA Tournament history. What do you think, especially compared to the other six times a second seed has gone down in their opening contest of the bracket?
Former Princeton player, former Knicks captain, jump shot innovator, broadcaster and Official Greeter for the City of New York Bud Palmer passed away at the age of 91. Palmer had a varied, interesting life. May be all be so lucky.
CBS Sports Network has added Craig Robinson to their studio coverage of the big dance.
Former Penn Quaker Stephen Danley has an interesting piece about scouting in March Madness and how that relates to Harvard and New Mexico, Florida Gulf Coast and how the Quakers used to prepare for Princeton as well.
Wednesday, March 20
Fairfield vs. Kent State
CIT - 7:00 pm ET
Richmond vs. Bryant
CBI - 7:00 pm ET
Thursday, March 21
(3) Denver vs. (2) Maryland
NIT - 7:00 pm ET - ESPNU
(14) Harvard vs. (3) New Mexico
NCAA - 9:50 pm ET - TNT
Friday, March 22
(15) Florida Gulf Coast vs. (2) Georgetown
NCAA - 6:50 pm ET - TBS
The first-ever postseason victory for Denver (22-9) sure was exciting. Ohio's Reggie Kelly missed a potentially-tying jump hook in the lane with seven seconds left and with the Bobcats looking to foul senior Chase Hallem chucked a long outlet to Jalen Love who immediately offered a touch pass back to Royce O'Neale for the game-clinching dunk with one tick remaining. The Pioneers advance to play at Maryland tomorrow night in the NIT's second round.
Richmond plays at Bryant in the CBI and Fairfield visits Kent State for a first round CIT contest tonight.
John Thompson III says Georgetown plans on "being around for a while" in the NCAA Tournament.
In case you missed it, the above screencap of Craig Robinson behind President Obama went viral yesterday. Robinson also spoke to The Grio in advance of the inauguration.
There's the "can beat anyone, can lose to anyone" cliche and then there's Georgetown (13-4). 48 hours after going down at cellar-dwelling South Florida, the Hoyas went on an 18-0 second half run to glide past Notre Dame on the Irish's floor. ND had won 47 of their prior 49 home games.
Fairfield (10-10) lost their fifth straight, 65-60 to Loyola (Md.)
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