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Another angle surfaces.

Was this really only five weeks ago?

Sunday News:

An assistant coach who is not part of the Carril coaching tree will interview for the Princeton job today.

Andy Katz talked to Sydney Johnson about his departure to Fairfield. Interesting piece, especially if you try and read between some of the lines.

Chris Young was placed on the DL yesterday, retroactive to Monday.

Finally, here is Will Venable (video) along with fellow Padres teammates talking about Jackie Robinson's legacy.

Friday News:

Desmond Hubert (not pictured above) has committed to North Carolina.

No continued issues for Chris Young after yesterday's bullpen session.

More on the Georgetown basketball banquet.

Richmond's Chris Mooney will speak at the Salem Civic Center on Monday.

Thursday News:

The Daily Princetonian talked to several different people, including myself, looking for the reason(s) Coach Johnson left for Fairfield.

This list of potential replacements does not break any new ground.

SportsProf however, makes the argument for Larry Brown.

The Town Topics has run their story on Coach Johnson, talking to Noah Savage about the departure.

It is no surprise that Tommy Amaker was able to leverage his offer from Miami into better resources and increased pay for his assistant coaches at Harvard.

Chris Young has biceps tendinitis and his start on Friday has been pushed back to Sunday.

Wednesday News:

A big day on the recruiting front for two schools: The best remaining prospect in ESPNU's Top 100 committed to Georgetown and two Indiana big men who both originally hail from Europe are heading to Northwestern.

A University Press Club piece titled "Why Sydney Johnson Left (And Why I Would Have, Too)" is sure to get you to click through.

I was unaware that former Princeton and current Georgetown basketball office assistant Mary Jane Cratty was retiring until I read summaries of Coach Thompson's tribute to her at last night's Hoya banquet. They're going to be lost without you at McDonough, but you knew that already.

Chris Young wouldn't be surprised if a specific individual became the next head coach of the Tigers.

Resisting overtures from Miami, Tommy Amaker will stay at Harvard.

The Brown Daily Herald has a worthwhile series on sports and money at Brown.

Tuesday News:

Chris Mooney has made it clear he isn't leaving Richmond for Miami. The Hurricanes' top target? Harvard head coach Tommy Amaker.

The Daily Princetonian attempts to answer some of the questions surrounding Sydney Johnson's departure.

Chris Young answers a few of the Daily Pennsylvanian's queries.

A story about the hiring of Dave Rice at UNLV ties to Princeton's 1998 NCAA Tournament win over the Runnin' Rebels.

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.

Five additional clips after the jump.

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Monday News:

C. Young (1-0) 7.0 IP 1 H 1 ER 2 BB 5 K 1.46 ERA. 108 pitches, 72 strikes.

Chris Young pitched seven strong innings (video) and left Sunday's game versus the Nationals with a 3-1 lead. The Mets bullpen couldn't hold the advantage and Washington would prevail in 11 innings.

Andy Katz catches everyone up on the coaching carousel.

Princeton recruit Denton Koon was named First Team 2011 All-Metro.

SportsProf has more thoughts on the Tigers' search for a new head coach.

A final Schuylkill 16 to close the season.

The fashionable Kareem Maddox.

A benefit for Autism Speaks and the Eden Institute was held on the Princeton campus last night.

In addition to a silent auction, there was a charity fashion show. One of the models? None other than Tiger senior forward Kareem Maddox.

The evening was organized by the campus group Service in Style.

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Mind the gap.

Today is the fourth day of Princeton's most recent coaching search. How long can you expect the wait to last before the next head Tiger is announced. Well, if history is any indication...

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Friday News:

The Princeton Packet talked to a pair of Tiger recruits about Coach Johnson's departure. Current players have been asked to not comment on the situation. The paper also attempts to work through why Johnson left.

Fairfield believes Johnson is part of their vision.

Bill Bradley spoke Thursday at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort and Spa.

Clay Wilson decommits.

In the wake of Coach Johnson's departure to Fairfield, Tiger recruit Clay Wilson has announced he is decommiting from Princeton and will possibly not head to New Jersey this fall.

This change of plans leaves the Tigers' 2011 recruiting class at three members. With acceptance letters already mailed, it may be too late to replace Wilson.

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