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MCCC vs. Brookdale - 5:00 pm ET
Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Denver - 7:00 pm ET - Root Sports
Oregon State vs. Stanford - 10:00 pm ET

Former Princeton and Georgetown assistant Robert Burke was placed on "paid administrative leave" yesterday and is no longer the head coach at Mount St. Mary's. Burke requested this decision for as-yet-unknown reasons.

A look back at Princeton's signature victory.

The Daily Princetonian writes about how the Tigers faired versus Jeremy Lin, which complements this piece from the site nicely.

Princeton recruit Hans Brase must have received a second opinion. While Brase originally wrote his season was done due to a torn ankle ligament, he was on the floor for The Hill School in their PAISAA Tournament quarterfinal loss to Friends' Central.

Another future Tiger saw their high school career conclude with a defeat. Mike Washington, Jr. had 14 points as Oak Harbor was knocked out of the Class 3A Northwest District Tournament.

At 19-5, Georgetown is surprising everyone but themselves.

Senior Night was a huge success for Fairfield (16-10). The Stags built a 33-13 halftime lead and easily won their sixth straight.

John Shurna scored 29 but Northwestern (15-10) came up a couple plays short at #18 Indiana.

Richmond dropped a 64-50 decision on the road against St. Louis.

Looking to exact a modicum of revenge, Denver hosts Louisiana-Lafayette.

What will Oregon State and Stanford do as an encore to their four overtime game earlier this season? The answer comes tonight in Palo Alto.

George Clark said,

February 16, 2012 @ 11:27 am

Tough loss for Northwestern...looks like 18-12 realistically. Will need at least two wins, maybe three, in the BIG TEN championship to have a shot at the tournament. Shurna is the type player you wish had a chance to show his stuff on the NCAA stage.

Jon Solomon said,

February 16, 2012 @ 11:31 am

The Wildcats have Minnesota, Michigan and Ohio State at home plus trips to Iowa and Penn State.

There's a chance to go 3-2 here.

If somehow they went 4-1 with their only loss to tOSU then I feel they're in.

A Big Ten tournament victory would seal their case given their fifth-toughest Strength Of Schedule.


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