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Northwestern vs. Minnesota - 4:00 pm ET - Big Ten Network

Freshman Otto Porter scored the game's final six points as Georgetown (16-3) survived 52-50 against Rutgers. Here's John Thompson III afterwards.

The Hoyas won despite just 12 field goals, tied for fewest in a game by a JTIII-coached Georgetown team.

UMass was too much for Richmond (11-9). The Spiders fell at home, 79-68.

A putback by Alzee Williams at the buzzer in overtime gave North Texas a one point win over Denver (15-5).

Oregon State (13-7) trounced USC, 78-59.

Today's Fairfield game at Marist has been postponed after two students died in an off-campus fire. It is unclear when this game will be rescheduled.

Minnesota hosts Northwestern.

Around the Ivy League: Greg Mangano scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as Yale (12-4 / 2-0) completed a season sweep of Brown (5-13 / 0-2) in Providence, 73-60. Harvard (16-2 / 2-0) also stayed perfect in conference by besting Dartmouth (4-14 / 0-2) on the road in front of a sold out crowd, 54-38. Columbia (12-7 / 1-2) got 18 points and a gym record 20 rebounds from Mark Cisco in their first Ivy victory of the campaign, winning 61-56 over Cornell (6-11 / 1-2). Penn (10-9 / 2-0) nearly let a 24 point second half lead get away from them, but at the horn the Quakers held a quality 84-80 win over St. Joe's.

George Clark said,

January 22, 2012 @ 12:03 pm

Not a lot of good news for Tiger fans in yesterday's scores. If the Ivy race is to develop into a four team contest, Yale must hold serve next weekend against Harvard but Penn must not at the Palestra on January 30. The Tigers have more questions to answer than any of the others at this point, and not much time to find them. Is there any recent news on the status of Will Barrett? His return will certainly help.

larry said,

January 23, 2012 @ 9:17 am

The return of Barrett can't hurt. The question is (as George writes, the Tigers have more questions to answer) how much will it help? I don't see a game changer. On a related matter: Rutgers questioning the officiating @ Georgetown is not a sour grapes complaint.

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