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Thursday News:

West Virginia vs. Georgetown - 7:00 pm ET - ESPN
Oregon State vs. Cal - 10:30 pm ET

Northwestern (10-6) ended Michigan State's 28 game home winning streak, shocking the #7 ranked Spartans 70-63. The win could very well be the biggest of Bill Carmody's coaching career. Highlights are above. It was also the first time in school history the Wildcats won back-to-back games versus ranked teams.

Richmond (10-8) scored 42 points in the paint as they defeated Rhode Island 78-75.

Georgetown welcomes West Virginia to the MCI Center.

Operating on little sleep, Craig Robinson is back on the west coach with Oregon State, who visit Cal this evening.

The Princeton Athletic Department is counting down the Top 40 Moments In Jadwin Gym History this week. Here's 30 through 21 and 20 through 11. How many did you attend over the past four decades?

Princeton Alumni Weekly has some more on Jadwin's 40th birthday.

Noah Savage appears to be fully recovered from his injury and back on the floor, scoring 15 points for SAM Massagno Basket in a 93-76 loss to BBC Monthey.

Former Princeton standout and Delsea assistant women's basketball coach Dave Orlandini has been reinstated after serving a six day suspension for throwing two desks during halftime of a game on January 13th.

Around the Ivy League: Penn (4-9) fell to 0-3 in Big 5 play with a 79-70 loss to LaSalle.

Stuart Schulman said,

January 22, 2009 @ 6:27 pm

Coach Carmody finally gets revenge on Tom Izzo!

Jon Solomon said,

January 22, 2009 @ 6:29 pm

KenPom's projected record paints a very interesting bubble picture for the Wildcats...


Paul Witteman said,

January 22, 2009 @ 6:32 pm

The importance of the win for Carmody and Mitch can not be overstated. They have had no "statement" wins. Now they do and that will help no end with recruiting and the fact that Billy will at least get another year to do so.

David Lewis said,

January 22, 2009 @ 10:29 pm

It would be an amazing accomplishment for Northwestern to win enough Big Ten games to qualify for the NIT. I don't think an NCAA bid is possible. How many more Big Ten games can they win?

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