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Penn pictures.

Photos from today's game courtesy Robert Solomon.

Your now-customary pre-game Mack Darrow sprint onto the floor.

Stu Orefice talks with Princeton assistant Marcus Jenkins.

Near: Princeton band.

Far: Penn band.

Darrow warming up.

Opening tip, take one.

Opening tip, take two.

Will Barrett driving baseline.

T.J. Bray.

Coach Mitch Henderson.

Ian Hummer.

A nice turnout for the Jadwin Jungle.

Clay Wilson on defense.

Denton Koon.

Rhetorical question: How good were the Bucks County Bungee Jumpers?

Barrett defends.

Mopping up.

Barrett with a creative, acrobatic adjustment to a dunk attempt.

Assistant coach Brian Earl.

Koon on the dribble.

There's a lot of red between Hans Brase and the basket.

Orange kicks for Georgie Buc.

Hummer scores inside.

Koon on a drive.

Well deserved high fives for the senior Darrow.

Henderson and Bray join Dalen Cuff on NBCSN's postgame.

Someone tell Brian Earl's son the Tigers won.

That guy.

Stuart Schulman said,

January 13, 2013 @ 12:48 am

The Bucks County Bungee Jumpers may have been the more athletic team from Pennsylvania to visit Jadwin last night.

George Clark said,

January 13, 2013 @ 8:53 am

I went for a Diet Coke at halftime and was told I missed something extraordinary, something far more exciting than Bray's 3's!

Maureen Pedersen said,

January 13, 2013 @ 1:22 pm

Hands down, best half-time show ever!

Matt Walter said,

January 13, 2013 @ 2:55 pm

Great pics as always, Jon. Is there a story behind Hummer's haircut or did someone forget to tell him that this game would be on national television?

Jon Solomon said,

January 13, 2013 @ 3:00 pm

Hummer said he was overdue for a haircut and trying something new. He reported after the game the 'do earned mixed reviews.

Bertina Brase said,

January 14, 2013 @ 10:35 am

the best thing about the half time show, and I might be old fashion, the kids didn't need a "wii" or any other electronic gadget! They did great with just a jump rope! I loved every minute of it - healthy, happy, athletic kids, a joy to watch.

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