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Friday News:

Practices officially get underway for Division I schools around the country today.

Northwestern and Denver will open their doors to reporters tonight while Princeton will hold a pep rally for students this evening. The most public kickoff is at Georgetown, where a portion of their "March Madness" festivities will be covered by ESPNU - but as Hoyas coach John Thompson III tells the Washington Times, he won't be dancing this year.

ESPN is offering the Georgetown team preview from Blue Ribbon for free.

The AP has a piece built about Hoya center Greg Monroe, who is expected to anchor his no-senior squad.

Mid-Major Madness lists Princeton as #156 in their Ultimate Rankings Countdown.

Northwestern senior forward Kevin Coble is ready for a big season.

Three reports from Oregon State's media day - The Oregonian writes about how coach Craig Robinson has his team dreaming big. The Gazette Times talks about the team's goal of making the NCAA tournament. Beaver Basketblog offers up additional quotes from the event.

This year Richmond is being seen as a championship contender by the rest of the Atlantic 10. Chris Mooney spoke to the Times-Dispatch.

Bill Bradley recently met with the basketball teams at Denison.

Gonzaga guard Malcolm Lemmons, who had shown interest in several Ivy programs, has verbally committed to Robert Morris.

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