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YouTube potpourri XXXVI.

The latest collection of videos from various corners of the Princeton basketball family. Above, "Chin" from Gabe Lewullis to Brian Earl beats NC State at the Meadowlands in 1997.

Four additional clips after the jump.

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YouTube potpourri XXXIII.

The latest collection of videos from various corners of the Princeton basketball family. Above, a teaser for Gabe Lewullis' portion of the Buick Human Highlight Reel.

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Monday News:

Tuesday, March 15th
(6) Harvard vs. (3) Oklahoma State – 7:30 pm ET – ESPN

Wednesday, March 16th
(5) UW Milwaukee vs. (4) Northwestern – 8:00 pm ET – ESPN3

Thursday, March 17th
East region – Tampa, FL
(13) Princeton vs. (4) Kentucky – 2:45 pm ET – CBS
NCAA Tournament

Southwest region – Denver, CO
(12) Richmond vs. (5) Vanderbilt – 4:10 pm ET – TBS
NCAA Tournament

Friday, March 18th
Southwest region – Chicago, IL
(11) USC/VCU vs. (6) Georgetown – 9:50 pm ET – TBS
NCAA Tournament, the Daily Princetonian, the Trentonian, the Star Ledger, New Jersey Newsroom, the Associated Press and provide more than enough information on what's to come this week in Tampa.

Steve Politi of the Star Ledger frames Princeton's first round game around the Tigers' 1996 NCAA win over UCLA - which happened 15 years ago today.

An unhappy Kentucky feels their seed is too low.

Richmond (27-7) defeated Dayton to win the 2011 Atlantic 10 Tournament. The 12th-seeded Spiders will play Vanderbilt on Thursday in the NCAA Tournament.

Bob Ryan (video) reports from Yale on Saturday's Ivy playoff, as does Jeremy Schaap (video).

Princeton's victory is celebrated by SportsProf.

Jay Greenberg from the New York Post adds his thoughts from New Haven.

Princeton Alumni Weekly has four things to know about the Tigers' win over the Crimson and an outstanding feature by Zach Kwartler on the 1996 UCLA game.

A Harvard student writes up the game for College Hoops Journal.

Dime Magazine called the playoff "a fitting ending to a renewed rivalry."

Dr. Gabe Lewullis is profiled by the Express-Times for their Catching Up With series.

Be honest. How quickly can you complete this Princeton basketball quiz?

The winner of Wednesday's game between USC and VCU plays Georgetown in the NCAA Tournament on Friday.

Northwestern gets a home NIT game on Wednesday night versus UW Milwaukee. Bill Carmody was in the shower when the call came there was more basketball to be played.

The contrarian bets of John Rogers beat most hedge funds in 2010.

Finally, if you're a Kentucky basketball writer visiting this site - I'd love to exchange Q&As with you in the next day or so!

YouTube potpourri XXI.

The latest collection of videos from various corners of the Princeton basketball family. Above, John Rogers is interviewed on CBS Moneywatch's Ask The Experts.

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Tuesday News:

Yahoo! Sports has published their preseason Princeton team report.

The Daily Princetonian talked to Craig Robinson, Randy Melville and Steve Mills about John Rogers' appointment to chair the president's Advisory Council on Financial Capability.

Former Princeton assistant Robert Burke is embracing the challenge of rebuilding Mount St. Mary's.

Duke rolled 141-68 over Division II Saint Augustine's in the first of their two exhibitions before they open their season versus Princeton.

Not directly related to Ivy basketball, but I found this article about the Sun Belt's conference-wide plan to increase their power rating fascinating.

Thursday News:

Today's articles primarily follow up on stories from Wednesday. The Press & Sun-Bulletin has a piece about the verbal commitment to Princeton of Bobby Garbade.

Who Runs Gov gives you five things to know about John Rogers.

The Stateman Journal offers more from Oregon State media day.

Mason Rocca scored 17 points in Armani Jeans Milano's Euroleague loss to BC Khimki Moscow Region.

Wednesday News:

President Obama has named former Tiger John Rogers chair of the new President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability.

Rush The Court offers up a 2010-11 Ivy League primer, picking Harvard to stand on top come March. Their predictions have been added to our master list of conference previews.

Princeton recruit Denton Koon was listed as Preseason First Team All-Kansas City by KC Preps.

Oregon State held their annual media day yesterday. Read all about it in the Oregonian, the Register-Guard and the Gazette-Times.

1979 Penn/Princeton program.

My latest $0.99 eBay steal is another late-1970s Princeton program, this from the Tigers' first meeting of the 1978-79 season with eventual Final Four participant Penn. On the cover you'll find 6'11" senior center Tom "Too Tall" Young (#45).

Highlights are scanned after the jump. Click on any image to enlarge.

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Wednesday News:

A diving catch (video), his 11th home run of the season (video) and stolen base number 25 for the year were all part of Will Venable's night as San Diego blanked Arizona, 5-0.

Northwestern has named seniors "Juice" Thompson and Jeff Ryan their captains for the 2010-11 season. The Wildcats leave for four games in Italy on Saturday.

Charlotte will visit Oregon State on Thanksgiving eve.

Watch an interview with John Rogers on "Intelligent Investing with Steve Forbes" from earlier this summer.

Saturday News:

Chris Young threw 40 pitches in a second bullpen session followed by 50 more before Friday's game.

More on the commitments of Princeton recruits Denton Koon and Clay Wilson.

The Wall Street Journal offers a feature on John Rogers and Ariel Investments. Great photo of a young Rogers working as a Chicago White Sox vendor.

Oregon State will have the services of 6'9" onetime UTEP signee Eric Moreland in 2010-11. Moreland was cleared to play immediately for the Beavers by the NCAA and will have four years of eligibility remaining.

Denver is heading on a two week tour of Spain later this month, where the Pioneers will play six professional Spanish teams.

Richmond guard Kevin Anderson answers the Times-Dispatch's questions.

Texas-Pan American will host Northwestern and visit Oregon State this season.

Brown and Yale have released their schedules.

Thursday News:

Like Gabe Lewullis, John Rogers (center) is also in Sports Illustrated's "Where Are They Now?" issue. Rogers can be found in a special section about YouTube sensations.

Bob Scrabis gets a brief mention in the same SI as part of "Men Of The Moment," which updates the lives of significant players from the last quarter century of NCAA Tournaments. Unfortunately, the picture accompanying Scrabis' blurb is actually one of Kit Mueller!

Northwestern is off to a good start with their 2012 recruiting class.

The Wildcats' Alex Marcotullio averaged 13.9 ppg for Great Britain at the FIBA U20 European Championship.

Thursday News:

Bill Bradley discusses the current state of the NBA with SB Nation.

Chicago Magazine interviews John Rogers.

Craig Robinson is profiled by the Los Angeles Daily News.

Team captain Mason Rocca was one of four Armani Jeans Milano players in double figures as the "Little Red Shoes" took a 1-0 series lead over Pepsi Caserta in the Lega A semifinals.

Richmond will play in fifth annual Chicago Invitational.

Not much new on the Will Venable front, so enjoy video of a sliding catch he made in a game versus the Cardinals last week.

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