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Friday News:

Yale vs. Brown - 7:00 pm ET

What a rough night.

First there was the Northwestern (8-6) game. The Wildcats had a 13 point halftime lead against Purdue and an 11 point lead with under eight minutes remaining. That advantage was incrementally widdled away as Northwestern habitually split their trips to the foul line. The Boilermakers won 63-61 on two free throws with two seconds left. Argh.

As that contest was finishing, Oregon State (6-9) was going to overtime versus Washington State, despite not trailing in the second half. The Beavers would fall 61-57.

Not to be outdone, Denver (7-10) could not hold a 21 point halftime lead at North Texas, as the Mean Green rallied for a 69-62 win. It tied the largest comeback in North Texas history.

The Ivy League has announced that starting in 2010 there will be conference tournaments for men's and women's lacrosse. These four team playoffs will determine the automatic NCAA tournament bid for each sport. Can basketball be far behind?

Craig Robinson is the subject of a feature by Chuck Klosterman in the new issue of Esquire.

John Thompson III will attend Tuesday's swearing-in ceremony, even if he has to walk there from Georgetown.

Princeton recruit Gus Gabel and two teammates are interviewed by the Arizona Republic.

A pair of Daily Princetonian articles - part two of their history of Princeton basketball and a preview of the Tigers' next three games.

Scott Greenman's dad is also an assistant coach, and he's quoted in a Press of Atlantic City story about high school assistants.

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