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Oregon State parodies Guitar Hero III commercial.

Well done.

Tuesday News:

Princeton men's basketball coach Sydney Johnson will serve on an 18 person task force that reviews university/eating club relationships.

A 6'8" high school freshman from Indiana already has a scholarship offer from Northwestern.

The Dagger foresees the Wildcats as the 62nd best team in the country this season.

Denver is the latest basketball program you can follow on Twitter.

Geoff Petrie visits the California State Fair.

The Kings GM meets with fans earlier this month.

New Recruit - Daniel Edwards.

On Monday, Princeton picked up a verbal commitment from 6'8" 230 lb big man Daniel Edwards, who hails from Highland Park, TX and attends the same high school that Tiger center Chris Young graduated from a decade ago. Edwards chose Princeton over interest from Penn and Bucknell.

Pending admission, Edwards will join guard T.J. Bray in Princeton's 2010 recruiting class.

Yesterday afternoon I spoke with Edwards' high school coach, David Piehler. He shared his thoughts with me about Edwards, both on-and-off the court.

Exclusive quotes and links to articles and evaluations about Edwards can be found after the jump.

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Craig Robinson talks to The Oregonian.

Video excerpts of Oregon State head coach Craig Robinson's conversation with The Oregonian about the upcoming season. Read a transcript of the full Q&A here.

Friday News:

Dana O'Neil of has a "Where Are They Now?" piece about Gabe Lewullis and Steve Goodrich.

You can now follow the Oregon State men's basketball team on Twitter.

New Sixers head coach Eddie Jordan is trying to sell the Philadelphia media on the "Princeton offense."

Thursday News:

A good night in Colorado for Will Venable - his 12th home run of the season and a bases-clearing double (video) in the fifth inning as he drove in four runs for the victorious Padres.

Judson Wallace is back to blogging on the Euroleague web site.

Rivals writes about two of Oregon State's impact freshmen.

Army, Princeton's third opponent this season, fired their head coach yesterday.

Wednesday News:

Georgetown coach John Thompson III was part of a group of college coaches backing health care reform who appeared on Capitol Hill yesterday.

Northwestern picked up a high profile recruit - four-star Georgia shooting guard Jershon Cobb. The Daily Herald offers several additional thoughts following the Wildcats' second full-team workout.

Sean Gregory interviews Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald.

Former Georgetown forward Jeff Green was back on campus this summer, working towards his degree. He is expected to graduate in 2012.

The emergence of Will Venable is one of Five Things To Reflect On for Bleacher Report.

If you're not reading Craig Moore's blog, where the Wildcat sharpshooter writes about his experience playing overseas, this mailbag is a good place to start.

This morning I was able to confirm news of Princeton's second 2010 verbal commitment. Look for a piece about the next Tiger big man on the site later this week.

Will Venable on NBC Bay Area.

A short piece on Will Venable from the San Francisco NBC affiliate.

Three schedule cards.

Steve Goodrich on the front of the 1997-98 pocket schedule card.

Gabe Lewullis was pictured on the following season's card.

Here's Konrad Wysocki from a slightly wider fold-out schedule card printed six years ago.

2010 Recruiting Class.

Photo: Jamie Harms

Links to profiles and news on the Princeton class of 2010.

Chris Clement - 6'0" : 185 lbs - Stony Point

TJ Bray - 6'4" : 185 lbs - Catholic Memorial School

Daniel Edwards - 6'8" : 230 lbs - Highland Park

Ben Hazel - 6'4" : 185 lbs - Our Lady of Good Counsel

Tom Noonan - 6'7" : 210 lbs - Penn Charter

Will Venable hitting mechanics.

Slow motion video of Will Venable hitting against the Giants.

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