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Saturday News:

Salem vs. MCCC - 2:00 pm ET
Georgetown vs. Pitt - 4:00 pm ET - ESPN
Purdue vs. Northwestern - 4:00 pm ET - ESPN2
Richmond vs. St. Bonaventure - 7:00 pm ET
Denver vs. UALR - 8:00 pm ET

Harvard vs. Brown - 6:00 pm ET
Dartmouth vs. Yale - 7:00 pm ET
Columbia vs. Cornell - 7:00 pm ET

Princeton recruit Steven Cook scored 15 in New Trier's victory versus Glenbrook South. Cook talked with the Winnetka Current about his decision to commit early.

Future Tiger Mike Washington, Jr. had the game-winning bucket with six seconds to play as Oak Harbor eked one out over Meadowdale.

Fairfield (10-10) could not completely climb out of a 19 point hole versus Iona, falling 71-62. Head coach Sydney Johnson doesn't see much separation between the two teams, except one makes plays down the stretch.

Georgetown hits the road at Pitt.

Purdue visits Northwestern. It was then-Wildcats assistant Mitch Henderson who left the door open for junior Reggie Hearn to walk on with the Wildcats.

Richmond heads to St. Bonaventure.

Arkansas-Litte Rock is a destination for Denver.

Around the Ivy League: Harvard (17-2 / 3-0) sent a statement with a 65-35 win over Yale (12-5 / 2-1). It was the largest margin of victory in the 183 game history of this series. Brown (7-13 / 1-2) caught Dartmouth (4-15 / 0-3) in the final four minutes of a 66-59 triumph for the Bears.

larry said,

January 28, 2012 @ 11:33 am

Blowout wins are one way for Harvard to move up in the rankings. The Harvard starters were off the floor close for 39% of the game.

George Clark said,

January 28, 2012 @ 12:02 pm

Three of the reasons the starters sat for long stretches (including Keith Wright, who was not a big factor in this one): Freshmen Miller (6'2"), Mondou-Missi (6'7") and Smith (6'8" 260!!!). The road to the Ivy crown goes through Cambridge for years to come....One of the Yale play-by-play guys informed the viewers that Mangano was clearly winning the long-awaited match-up between POY Wright and the Eli's big man. At the time Harvard was up by 21 and Wright was sitting next to Amaker filing his nails.

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