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Friday News:

Today's Game: Princeton (9-5 / 0-0) vs. Brown (7-12 / 1-1)
Location: Pizzitola Center - Providence, RI
Time: 7:00 pm ET
Radio: 103.3 fm WPRB
Series History: Princeton leads 91-24.
Last meeting: Princeton 56 Brown 48 - 2/27/09.

Princeton Brown
5-1 Home Record 3-4
4-4 Away Record 3-7
0-0 Neutral Record 1-1
141 RPI 244
160 Sagarin 289
157 Pomeroy 267
60.1 Points / Game 68.5
55.5 Points Allowed / Game 73.6
.423 FG% .442
.737 FT% .690
.351 3PT FG% .357
29.5 Rebounds / Game 33.5
8.6 Off. Rebounds / Game         8.5
-1.9 Rebounding Margin -6.0
12.1 Assists / Game 14.8
14.2 Turnovers / Game 13.8
3.4 Blocks / Game 3.6
Davis: 14.0 Points Mullery: 15.3
Mavraides: 4.6 Rebounds Mullery: 5.8
Schroeder: 3.4 Assists Mullery: 3.1
Schroeder: 2.4 Steals Halpern: 0.9
Buczak: 0.9 Blocks Mullery: 1.7
Saunders: .574 FG% (Min: 10 FGM) Mullery: .565
Schroeder: .917 FT% (Min: 10 FTM) M. Sullivan: .840
Saunders: .485 3PT FG% (Min: 10 3PTM)    Leffelman: .441

Harvard vs. Columbia - 7:00 pm ET
Penn vs. Yale - 7:00 pm ET
Dartmouth vs. Cornell - 7:00 pm ET

It has been 23 days since Princeton played a Division I opponent. In those three+ weeks, the Tigers' rankings in the three primary rating systems heading into these games have changed, some more significantly than others. On the left, before Marist. On the right, before Brown.

            Then           Now
RPI         138            141
Sagarin     173            160
Pomeroy     184            157

The Providence Journal has a capsule preview of tonight's game. The Brown Daily Herald also discusses this weekend's match-ups.

Yale Bulldogs Examiner and the Yale Daily News talk about this weekend's visit by Penn and Princeton.

The New York Post ranks Princeton's chances of making the NCAA Tournament compared to other area teams.

If you're in Wisconsin and listening to the radio on Saturday morning, Princeton recruit T.J. Bray and Central Catholic coach Dean Bellanti will be on 1250 WSSP.

Yesterday's victory by Oregon State (9-11) over USC felt a lot like the Beavers of a season ago. Calvin Haynes scored 25 points in a 51-45 comeback win.

A bad loss on the road for Denver (13-8), falling 69-57 at UALR after starting the night with a 14-1 lead. The Pioneers, who were second in the nation in team field goal percentage, shot a season low 32.8%.

Mercer (11-11) beat Lackawanna for the first time in nine years, 63-60. Quentin Lofton had a career high 17 points and Uros Kovacevic's twisting layup with two seconds left gave the Vikings their final lead.

Kyle Whelliston from the Mid-Majority slept in The Palestra. That's certainly worth a link.

Jon Greenwald said,

January 29, 2010 @ 10:10 am

WSSP is a Wisconsin sports talk radio station that audiostreams its broadcasts over the Internet, so the discussion with T.J. Bray and his coach Saturday morning is available for anyone to hear, regardless of location.

Jon Solomon said,

January 29, 2010 @ 10:26 am

Thanks, Jon.

I'll be on the road, but if anyone catches it, please file a report!

Zach Finley was recently a guest on a South Dakota sports radio station, I hear. Does not appear to be archived.

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