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Thursday News:

If you missed it, the 2011-12 Ivy League media poll was released yesterday.

The Trenton Times built a story out of Wednesday's Ivy League Preseason Media Teleconference.

TigerBlog penned a piece about Brian Earl, Mitch Henderson and squash.

Newcomer Ivy Hoops Online offers a detailed preview of Princeton.

The Tigers will play a closed scrimmage this Sunday.

Bill Bradley continues to stand his ground on New Jersey's sports betting ban.

Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan enjoyed his conversation with Pete Carril at the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

For the first time, Craig Robinson enters a season at Oregon State with all of his own players.

The road to the NCAA tournament starts with defense for Northwestern.

Fairfield was picked second in the MAAC preseason men's basketball poll.

Coming off the bench for Aris, Dan Mavraides scored seven points in 21 minutes of play as the regular season got underway for the Yellows.

Roy Williams explains why he once chose to schedule Princeton.

There's a full page piece on Harvard basketball's recruiting efforts in the new ESPN The Magazine. While the complete article is only available for those with ESPN Insider, I did find the following excerpt about the Crimson's recruiting strategy compared to other schools worth sharing:

"Historically, Ivy coaches have waited to make contact with a prospect until the summer before his senior year, when they have a clear read on his ability to qualify in the academically rigorous conference. But by that point in the cycle, most four- and five-star players have already decided or have chopped down their list of finalists. Amaker, on the other hand, has started identifying smart kids with big-time talent as early as the summer after their sophomore years and has gotten their attention."

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