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Tuesday News:

Today's Game: South Carolina (4-1 / 0-0) vs. Princeton (2-2 / 0-0)
Location: Jadwin Gym - Princeton, NJ
Time: 7:00 pm ET
Radio: 103.3 fm WPRB
Series History: Princeton leads 3-2.
Last meeting: South Carolina 54 Princeton 48 - 12/20/06.

South Carolina Princeton
4-0 Home Record 0-2
0-1 Away Record 2-0
0-0 Neutral Record 0-0
133 RPI 326
89 Sagarin 264
65 Pomeroy 234
83.0 Points / Game 59.0
68.8 Points Allowed / Game 54.2
.465 FG% .450
.606 FT% .771
.426 3PT FG% .387
44.0 Rebounds / Game 35.8
16.6 Off. Rebounds / Game         9.5
14.6 Assists / Game 11.3
15.0 Turnovers / Game 18.3
5.2 Blocks / Game 5.0
Downey: 19.2 Points Davis: 17.3
Holmes: 10.6 Rebounds Maddox: 6.0
Downey: 4.8 Assists Maddox: 3.3
Downey: 2.4 Steals Davis, Maddox: 1.5
Archie: 2.0 Blocks Maddox: 1.5
Baniulis: .633 FG% (Min: 5 FGM) Buczak: .529
Conrad: 1.000 FT% (Min: 5 FTM) Maddox: .900
Downey: .467 3PT FG% (Min: 5 3PTM) Davis: .500

Dartmouth vs. Vermont - 7:00 pm ET
Villanova vs. Penn - 8:00 pm ET - CN8

Nick Lake made the Honor Roll of the Ivy Weekly Basketball Awards.

Lake and Coach Johnson also spoke to the Princeton Packet about the Tigers' victory over Fordham.

Two previews for tonight's game - the Trentonian and the Daily Princetonian set the stage.

TigerBlog debates which Princeton players might comprise an all-time Tiger squad.

With four Wildcats in double figures, Northwestern (4-1) defeated UC Riverside, 59-43.

The Trenton Times talks to Howie Levy about the season so far at Mercer County Community College.

Princeton remains stuck in 14th place in the latest Schuylkill 16.

David Lewis said,

December 2, 2008 @ 9:47 pm

The Tigers certainly cannot compete against a team like South Carolina when they commit 26 turnovers. Why was Maddox bringing the ball up for much of the first half? When the guards brought the ball up the Tigers committed fewer turnovers. Doug Davis has proven that he can compete against anyone. Why did he take so few shots? During stretches in that game the Tigers were fantastic. They got into trouble, however, when they let South Carolina run. Although I like the fact that the Tigers are less predictable this year and often shoot earlier in the shot clock, this was a game that Princeton should have tried to control the tempo and run the clock down on every possession. It seemed like we played right into their hands when ever we tried to speed the tempo. The only way that we can compete in a game against an exceptionally athletic team like SC is to frustrate them with long possessions and back door cuts. This was the game we played against SC a few years ago and only lost 56-48. That said, I do not want to go back to Joe Scott ball on a regular basis but tonight it would have made more sense.

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