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Wednesday News:

Wednesday, March 16th
(5) UW Milwaukee vs. (4) Northwestern – 8:00 pm ET – ESPN3

Thursday, March 17th
East region – Tampa, FL
(13) Princeton vs. (4) Kentucky – 2:45 pm ET – CBS
NCAA Tournament

Southwest region – Denver, CO
(12) Richmond vs. (5) Vanderbilt – 4:10 pm ET – TBS
NCAA Tournament

Friday, March 18th
Southwest region – Chicago, IL
(11) USC/VCU vs. (6) Georgetown – 9:50 pm ET – TBS
NCAA Tournament

Princeton will meet the media this morning in Tampa and then hold a public practice at the St. Pete Times Forum. Look for coverage of both events later today on the site.

The Daily Princetonian writes about how different styles obscure the similarities between Princeton and Kentucky.

There are two articles in the Princeton Packet: One on Douglas Davis' shot to vanquish Harvard and one on the Tigers' return to the NCAA Tournament.

There are also two articles in the Trentonian: One profiling Ian Hummer making a name for himself and one on head coach Sydney Johnson.

The Ventura County Star talks to Kareem Maddox about his first trip to the NCAA Tournament.

The Advocate-Messenger has quotes from John Calipari after watching tape of Princeton.

The Tampa Bay Tribune and the St. Petersburg Times introduce the Tigers to a new audience.

In addition to his great piece on Princeton/UCLA, Sean Gregory also talks at length about and with his former coach Pete Carril.

A junior forward from New Jersey is focused on Princeton.

Northwestern hosts UW Milwaukee tonight. Bill Carmody is picking up the tab for all the student tickets.

In advance of his NCAA Tournament return on Friday, Chris Wright is practicing with Georgetown.

Rush The Court wraps up the 2010-11 Ivy League season and hands out some awards.

Mets starter Chris Young pitched 5 1/3 innings of one run baseball versus the Nationals. Might Young make the trip west to Tampa from Port St. Lucie on Thursday?

A new Schuylkill 16 has dropped, with Princeton in fourth place. More importantly, I won Comment of the Week.

Around the Ivy League: Well-traveled Harvard (23-7) saw their season end with a 71-54 NIT loss at Oklahoma State.

Steven Postrel said,

March 16, 2011 @ 3:01 pm

Funny anecdote about DD. I wonder if that sort of "one shining moment" ever becomes more of a bother than a benefit as people ask you about it every other day for the rest of your life. I guess Gabe would know.

Steven Postrel said,

March 16, 2011 @ 5:54 pm

The Advocate-Messenger hasn't been watching TV or YouTube. Here's the caption from their photo of Dan hugging Tony Newsome:

"Princeton's Dan Mavraides, left, celebrates with assistant coach Tony Newsom after Mavraides hit a basket at the buzzer to beat Harvard 63-62 on Saturday in a playoff for the Ivy League championship. Princeton plays Kentucky on Thursday in the NCAA Tournament at Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)"

DD should get a laugh out of that.

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