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New Year's Day News:

Today's Game: Princeton (7-7 / 0-0) vs. Florida A&M (2-11 / 0-1)
Location: Alfred Lawson Jr. Multipurpose Center - Tallahassee, FL
Time: 3:00 pm ET
Radio: 103.3 fm WPRB
Series History: Princeton leads 1-0.
Last meeting: Princeton 51 Florida A&M 43 - 12/11/92

Princeton Florida A&M
2-2 Home Record 2-2
4-4 Away Record 0-7
1-1 Neutral Record 0-2
130 RPI 344
152 Sagarin 341
134 Pomeroy 338
62.4 Points / Game 65.0
61.3 Points Allowed / Game 77.0
.419 FG% .393
.640 FT% .582
.339 3PT FG% .301
34.0 Rebounds / Game 34.2
9.6 Off. Rebounds / Game         13.7
-0.6 Rebounding Margin -8.9
14.1 Assists / Game 9.9
14.2 Turnovers / Game 17.0
3.6 Blocks / Game 3.6
Hummer: 18.4 Points Stevens: 24.0
Hummer: 8.4 Rebounds Crowder: 6.8
Bray: 3.9 Assists Moore: 1.5
Hummer: 1.9 Steals Moore: 1.3
Hummer: 0.9 Blocks Crowder: 2.2
Koon: .609 FG% (Min: 10 FGM) Crowder: .486
Saunders: .833 FT% (Min: 10 FTM) Moore .786
Davis: .402 3PT FG% (Min: 10 3PTM)    Bullard: .526

Canisius vs. Fairfield - 1:00 pm ET
Penn State vs. Northwestern - 7:00 pm ET - ESPNU

Penn vs. Duke - 5:00 pm ET - ESPNU

Happy New Year!

One Rattler went to scout Princeton in person on Friday night.

It was not pretty, but Georgetown (12-1) scored the final eight points of a 49-40 win over Providence.

Denver (11-3) was upended by UALR at home, 66-59.

Washington State held off a late Oregon State (10-4) rally, keeping the Beavers winless in the Pac-12.

Fairfield starts the new year with Canisius at home.

Penn State visits Northwestern tonight.

Around the Ivy League: Dartmouth (3-11) lost their fourth straight, 65-61 versus Holy Cross. Despite shooting 11-21 from three point range, Yale (8-4) fell by 20 at #10 Florida. Missing two shots to tie in the final 12 seconds, Cornell (4-8) stayed winless on the road after a 63-60 defeat at Bucknell. Harvard (12-1) came from 10 down at the break to record a very nice 74-69 win over St. Joe's.

George Clark said,

January 1, 2012 @ 10:34 am

Yale had a tough time with Florida but that is hardly surprising after the Gators were upset at Rutgers. The Yale team will cause many of its Ivy foes a lot of problems. They have some very good personnel, other than Mangano, who is a great talent. But Connolly has the ability to hold him down, if he can stay out of foul trouble aginst him. Cornell must have played a good game against Bucknell. Opening in Ithaca will be a challenge. Having watched the FSU game for the second time I am even more relieved than I was watching it happen. FSU had a lot of chances to win, starting with FT's. (We know how that is.) Denton Koon looked a little freshman-like at times. It appeared to me that he got lost on the in-bounds slam that might have been a momentum-shifter for FSU. Hummer's dunk on a baseline in-bounds for us should be on the highlight film. His footwork is amazing.

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