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Thursday News:

Thursday, March 14
(9) Cincinnati vs. (1) Georgetown
Big East Tournament - 12:00 pm ET - ESPN

(9) Charlotte vs. (8) Richmond
Atlantic 10 Tournament - 12:00 pm ET - NBCSN

(7) Texas State vs. (2) Denver
WAC Tournament - 5:30 pm ET

(11) Northwestern vs. (6) Iowa
Big 10 Tournament - 9:00 pm ET - ESPN2

This is one of the better Thursdays of the year, basketball-wise. Georgetown looks for a springboard to NCAA Tournament success in the Big East quarterfinals.

At the same time Richmond and Charlotte are tipping at the A-10 Tournament one borough over.

21 win Denver opens WAC Tourney play versus Texas State. Joe Scott is a finalist for the 2013 Hugh Durham National Coach of the Year Award

Northwestern goes up against Iowa at the Big 10 Tournament. The Wildcats could lose their top recruit if Bill Carmody is fired after the season.

The CIT has invited Fairfield to participate and the Stags have accepted this bid.

The Trenton Times has more on Ian Hummer being named Ivy League player of the year and also writes about the lost weekend that cost the Tigers the Ivy title.

As of today Will Barrett still leads the nation in three point percentage.

What allowed Steven Cook and New Trier to hang with Simeon in their Class 4A supersectional?

Oregon State (14-18) was knocked out of the Pac-12 Tournament by Colorado, 74-68.

Stuart Schulman said,

March 14, 2013 @ 10:47 am

If Fairfield has accepted a CIT invitation, it is not too early to ask whether there have been any discussions involving the Tigers and either the CBI or CIT.

George Clark said,

March 14, 2013 @ 11:08 am

CBI will not make any announcements until Sunday. I would be shocked if the Tigers were not offered a bid to one of these. We have 17 wins and the League's POY. I suspect that my hope for a home game next week may not be fulfilled if Spring Break conflicts. But wouldn't it be great to see Hummer in a Tiger uniform at home at least one more time?

Jon Solomon said,

March 14, 2013 @ 11:48 am

Here's a list of those offered/accepting/interested either CBI or CIT bids:

Interesting to see articles yesterday mention the Tigers in the same breath as the NIT. I don't think that's possible (especially compared to last year where they were likely more deserving and didn't make it) but perhaps Henderson knows something we don't!

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