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Saturday News:

Stanford vs. Northwestern - 2:00 pm ET - Big Ten Network
Louisiana-Monroe vs. Denver - 6:00 pm ET
Richmond vs. Florida - 6:30 pm ET - Orange Bowl Classic - Sun Sports
Old Dominion vs. Georgetown - 7:00 pm ET - MASN
Mississippi Valley State vs. Oregon State - 10:00 pm ET

FIT gave Mercer (5-8) fits on Thursday. The Vikings fell 83-75 despite 19 points and 14 rebounds from Paco Boussougou.

Northwestern hosts Stanford at Welsh-Ryan Arena.

Looking for the best start of the John Thompson III era, #11 Georgetown welcomes Old Dominion.

Richmond and #13 Florida square off in the Orange Bowl Classic.

Mississippi Valley State visits Oregon State.

Denver is home for UL-M.

Princeton recruit Tom Noonan scored 19 in Penn Charter's 55-43 loss to The Hill School.

USA Today has a mid-December team-by-team update on the Ivy League.

The archive has pulled up a 1996 New York Times piece about Bill Carmody written before the start of his first season as a head coach.

If there are any weather updates for tomorrow's Princeton/Maine game, we'll be sure to post them on our Twitter feed.

David Lewis said,

December 19, 2009 @ 5:05 pm

Northwestern gets a big win over Stanford at home. At 9-1, I think they might crack the top 25. It's like watching Princeton's teams from Carmody's tenure at Princeton. It's amazing how he can run the same stuff year after year. Only the personnel changes. The guard brings the ball over center court, does a spin reversal (like many Princeton guards - especially ElNokali comes to mind), do a weave out front, pass to the posting center and then pass inside and out until they get a layup or a three point shot. Today Northwestern did not shoot well, but played a smothering 1-3-1 zone defense and forced 24 Stanford turnovers. I wish Princeton would schedule Northwestern. It would be a great game. I think Brown played them and beat them a few years ago.

Jon Solomon said,

December 19, 2009 @ 5:15 pm


You are right. Brown beat Northwestern by six in 2007.

I am impressed with how well Northwestern spreads the court. They make it look like the floor is 94 feet wide at times.


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