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Saturday News:

Chris Young was encouraged by the simulated game he threw yesterday in Cincinnati.

Inside the lines, Will Venable picked up two hits in the Padres' series opener with the Reds, San Diego's seventh straight win.

The Hoya reports on the Georgetown basketball banquet.

There's a Craig Robinson Q&A in the New York Times and a lengthy in-studio interview with Mike Francesa (.mp3) on the WFAN site.

Craig Robinson on The View.

Another day, another embeddable CR video from his book tour.

1991-92 schedule card.

George Leftwich graces the front of an early-90s schedule card.

Notice Jerry Tarkanian in the background, so the image must be from Princeton's visit to Las Vegas when the Runnin' Rebels were #1 in the nation.

Craig Robinson on American Morning.

Today's "Coach Rob" video is from CNN's American Morning.

Next stop, The View! Seriously.

Friday News:

Cornell has their man. Virginia Tech assistant Bill Courtney is the new head coach of the Big Red. Look for a press conference today at 3:00 pm ET.

Pete Carril analyzes the Sacramento Kings' season before heading home to Princeton.

Another perspective on the Georgetown banquet from

Two recruiting updates off of Twitter: 7'1" Lawrenceville School center Mat Piotrowski has decided on a school and a local guard who Princeton had been interested in will head to the Patriot League to play soccer.

CBS and Turner have won the bidding war for the NCAA Tournament, which will expand to 68 teams next season. No word on if the presumed four play-in games will include the eight lowest seeds or eight teams on the bubble.

Craig Robinson on The Colbert Report.

The Colbert Report Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c
Craig Robinson

Beaver Nation met The Colbert Nation last night on Comedy Central.

Thursday News:

Dartmouth has hired Paul Cormier as their new men's basketball coach. Cormier was previously coach of the Big Green from 1984-1991. He will officially be introduced on Monday.

Sean Gregory interviews Craig Robinson for Time Magazine.

Robinson was also a guest on WNYC (.mp3) yesterday.

The Washington Post reports on the Georgetown basketball banquet.

A bullpen session for Chris Young went well. The next step in his rehab is a simulated game on Friday in Cincinnati.

Craig Robinson on Larry King Live.

The press blitz continues! An excerpt of Robinson's CNN appearance is above.

You can read a full transcript here.

Wednesday News:

Chris Young will throw a bullpen session before today's Padres game.

The Trentonian has a piece on tonight's Derek's Dreams event.

Georgetown assistant Mike Brennan was up in the Boston area to look at a 6'8" sophomore center/forward.

You must sign up to listen, but Craig Robinson was a guest on Jim Rome's radio show yesterday.

T.J. Bray feature.


The Princeton-bound guard is profiled by FOX 6 in Milwaukee.

Tuesday News:

A benefit for Derek's Dreams is being held on Wednesday night at Nanina’s in Belleville. There will be silent auction items provided by John Thompson III, Armond Hill, Pete Carril, Bill Bradley, Joe Scott and more.

The Trenton Times ran an article about Howie Levy's involvement with Derek DiGregorio's family and his work helping put on this gala.

You can walk alongside the Georgetown basketball coach and Troop Thompson at the 2010 Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in Washington, DC on May 1st.

Will the shoulder of Chris Young be ok? At this point, nobody is sure.

Will Venable (video) hit a sacrifice fly that scored a run as San Diego won its fourth straight, 3-2 over San Francisco.

Richmond junior guard and Atlantic 10 Player of the Year Kevin Anderson has put his name in for the NBA draft, but will not hire an agent.

There's a short Craig Robinson Q&A in the Chicago Tribune.

Hoopdirt mentions some potential names in the Columbia coaching search.

Craig Robinson on The Today Show.

The "A Game of Character" book tour begins.

I'll have my own review and interview up later this month, but in the meantime, you can order a copy of Robinson's worthwhile read here.

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