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Saturday News:

Ian Hummer made a list of college basketball's "hidden heroes."

There are four schools whose men's and women's basketball teams had a perfect NCAA Graduation Success Rate as both won at least 20 games each of the last two seasons. You can explore the latest GSR data here.

The top of the Ivy League might not be what you think this season.

You'll be hearing a new primary voice of Princeton basketball on radio broadcasts this season.

A four year series between Georgetown and Kansas begins next season in Lawrence.

Here are Bill Carmody's quotes from Big 10 Media Day. The Wildcats are on the cusp once again.

Denver is CBS Sports' "sneaky pick" in the Pioneers' first season in the WAC.

Like many of us this election, Craig Robinson voted early.

George Clark said,

October 27, 2012 @ 1:23 pm

Good luck to Derek Jones. Since it is quite difficult for me to attend many Tiger games, I appreciated very much the work of John Sadak. He and Noah Savage were great together, describing the action vividly and accurately. Although I have seen no official word, Sadak is rumored to be the 2013 radio voice of the Scranton-Wilkes Barre baseball franchise in the AAA Inernational League, an affilate of the New York Yankees. I hope this is a step toward a career in a major league market for Sadak.

Jon Solomon said,

October 27, 2012 @ 1:41 pm

When John Sadak picked up more and more ESPN3/Westwood One/TV gigs last season, it seemed clear to me he was headed to "the next level" sooner as compared to later.

Derek Jones has some big shoes to fill.

Paul Witteman said,

October 27, 2012 @ 10:00 pm

Well, I see that Big Apple Buckets and I are somewhat like minded, although he has Cornell second and Harvard third. I have it the other way around but the more I think about it BAB may be on to something. I think that the losses suffered by Harvard have an emotional impact that will be as important as the player losses. It was interesting that Tommy Amaker did not mention Curry or Casey once on media day, as if they were members of the disappeared in Argentina. Secondly, you never win in the Ivy League with freshmen or players who might as well be freshmen. Could the Crimson slip further than that? Maybe.

Jon Solomon said,

October 29, 2012 @ 3:31 pm

George, here's confirmation of your rumor:

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