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Thursday News:

Thursday, March 15th:
Harvard (12) vs. Vanderbilt (5) - 4:20 pm ET - NCAA - TNT

Friday, March 16th:
Belmont (14) vs. Georgetown (3) - 3:00 pm ET - NCAA - truTV
Northwestern (4) vs. Washington (1) - 10:00 pm ET - NIT - ESPNU

Saturday, March 17th:
Manhattan vs. Fairfield - 4:00 pm ET - CIT

Monday, March 19th:
Princeton vs. Pitt - 7:00 pm ET - CBI
Butler vs. Penn - 8:00 pm ET - CBI - HDNet

It is official: The Tigers will visit Pittsburgh on Monday night in the next round of the CBI. The Panthers made 14 three pointers and defeated Wofford at home 81-63.

Ian Hummer was named second-team NABC All-District 13. The Princeton junior made ESPN's Top Plays, but not for a reason I expect he's happy with.

The Town Topics writes about Senior Night at Jadwin Gym.

Fairfield (20-14) was playing lackadaisically against Yale (19-10) in the first half of their first round CIT matchup. Trailing by 13 at the break, Stags assistant coach Tony Newsom lit into his team in the locker room and the final 20 minutes were a total energy flip. Scoring 23 of the first 26 points out of intermission, Sydney Johnson's squad advanced 68-56.

On the other side of the CBI bracket, Oregon State (20-14) raced past Western Illinois, 80-59. You can see a full update of the tournament pairings here.

Craig Robinson guested on Colin Cowherd's unlistenable radio program.

There is a brief Pete Carril quote in a piece about Bill Raftery.

Around the Ivy League: Penn (20-12) earned a 74-63 CBI decision over Quinnipiac. The Quakers will host Butler on Monday night at The Palestra.

Peter Carry said,

March 15, 2012 @ 10:04 am

Jon--I gather this means there is no TV of the game against Pitt.

Matt Walter said,

March 15, 2012 @ 10:13 am


So, it looks as of now that the game will not be televised. Any word if Princeton or Pitt will be able to stream the video. Word on the street is that Penn was able to do so for their game last night.

Jon Solomon said,

March 15, 2012 @ 12:32 pm

The game will not be televised and while they have the option of doing so, Pitt will not be offering a stream of the game on-line. I'll let you know if I hear this situation has changed.


Matt Walter said,

March 15, 2012 @ 2:03 pm

Thank you. Princeton should protest playing under these conditions on our behalf. :-) But at least I can listen to it on wprb, right?

Dave Mills said,

March 16, 2012 @ 8:22 pm

I agree completely about C. Cowherd. One of the worst programs in syndication.

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