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Super Bowl Sunday News:

Northwestern vs. Illinois - 3:00 pm ET - Big Ten Network
Siena vs. Fairfield - 3:30 pm ET - SNY

In addition to our recap, read about Princeton's loss at Yale on, in the New Haven Register and on

Chris Udofia scored a career high 27 as Denver (17-7) knocked off Middle Tennessee, 75-60.

It was Georgetown (18-4) by 30 over South Florida. The Hoyas forced nine straight turnovers during one stretch. Hoya Hoops has the postgame audio and Hoya Prospectus crunches the numbers.

Oregon State (15-8) won 76-58 at Utah.

Duquesne downed Richmond (12-12) by nine.

For your pre-Super Bowl entertainment, Northwestern plays at Illinois and Fairfield hosts Siena. Both games will be televised.

Around the Ivy League: Harvard (20-2 / 6-0) held on for a 57-52 win over Columbia (13-9 / 2-4). Penn (12-10 / 4-1) rolled by Brown (7-16 / 1-5) in a 65-48 final. Cornell (8-12 / 3-3) picked up their first road triumph of the season, leading wire to wire versus Dartmouth (4-18 / 0-6).

Steven Postrel said,

February 5, 2012 @ 1:42 pm

Big win for Denver. The ESPN guys kept mentioning how excited the students were to have the school's first ESPN televised home game, and it was a festive atmosphere. It helped that the Pioneers put on a matchup-zone clinic, their offense was a thing of beauty with lots of drives and back doors against MTSU's defensive pressure, and Udofia had a big game making some smart athletic plays at both ends. BTW, MTSU looks like a team you wouldn't want to run into at the NCAAs.

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