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Sunday News:

Niagara vs. Fairfield - 1:00 pm ET
Iowa vs. Northwestern - 5:30 pm ET - ESPNU

In addition to our recap, read about Princeton's fourth straight home win over Penn on, in the Trentonian, in the Trenton Times, in the Daily Pennsylvanian, in the Philadelphia Inquirer, on City of Basketball Love and on

Kareem Maddox is shooting for the White House.

Future Tiger Steven Cook was 10-10 at the line in New Trier's victory over Buffalo Grove.

Georgetown (11-3) bounced back with a commanding win over St. John's.

La Salle stopped Richmond (11-6) in Philadelphia, 71-59.

Denver (9-7) has won five straight, the Pioneers' latest victory a 64-51 decision at Seattle.

Arizona defeated Oregon State (10-6) by 10 in Corvallis.

Fairfield hosts Niagara and Northwestern welcomes Iowa to Evanston.

Around the Ivy League: Harvard (9-5 / 1-0) closed on a 17-2 run spanning the last 8:20 to stop Dartmouth (3-11 / 0-1) in Hanover, 75-65. Yale (6-11) demolished the Yeomen of Oberlin, 104-39. Brown (6-8) overpowered Daniel Webster, 71-34 and a 22-1 second half run aided Cornell (8-9) in the Big Red's 103-84 decision over Old Westbury.

Stuart Schulman said,

January 13, 2013 @ 10:09 am

Can't say for sure, but it seems more and more apparent that Bray's start-of-season slump stemmed from his injury. If what we're now seeing is the true T.J., this team is in solid shape.

Now if we can only get Hummer to stop trying to make passes that only Mitch Henderson or Billy Ryan could make...

Jon Solomon said,

January 13, 2013 @ 10:21 am

A 13:3 assist-to-turnover ratio by Bray in his last four games while averaging 13.8 ppg? Acceptable!

Steven Postrel said,

January 14, 2013 @ 3:43 am

A Bray-Hummer offensive axis around which everyone else could turn is what I visualized before the season started. If that pans out the rest of the way, no Ivy defense is safe.

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