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For most teams in Division-I college basketball, it is hard to win without elite athletes. The Harvard Crimson (25-4, 12-1) has been proving while it is hard, it is also possible to do — even at a high level. The […]

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Joshua S. Kelly- USA TODAY Sports

If you watched all of Purdue’s 47-44 loss to Eastern Michigan Saturday, congratulations.  I commend your patience and ability to watch bad, ugly basketball.  The score looks like a junior varsity high school game, and the actual game play was […]

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West Virginia

Rivalry games tend to bring an added excitement and energy to a game.  Duke versus North Carolina, USC versus UCLA and Louisville versus Kentucky games always have high entertainment value, have meaning to players, fans and coaches alike.  Who knew […]

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Rick Osentoski- US Presswire

Michigan had their biggest win of their season Tuesday when they beat NC State.  They looked dominant for long periods of the game, before winning 79-72.  Though there was one key player that was clearly the best on the court.  […]

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USA TODAY Sports

He “oohed,” “ahhed,” and everything between and outside in his 138 point performance last week, but Division III Grinnell College’s Jack Taylor followed up the record-breaking game Sunday night by being a bit less spectacular. While most would consider 21 […]

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Debby Wong- US Presswire

Coaches always say to take the season one play at a time and one game at a time.   For top ranked Indiana Hoosiers, tonight, that will be tough to do.  The Hoosiers play lowly Ball State at home tonight, just two days […]

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Jim Brown-US PRESSWIRE

So yes, there is a Division III school named Grinnell College. I know that’s why you’re currently reading this and not for the fact a player scored 138 points in a game. Jack Taylor, a sophomore guard, put up 138 […]

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Brian Spurlock- US Presswire

The college basketball season has now been going for one week.  Though the season is young, most teams have played just two or three games; there have been some patterns and surprises.  Some teams have challenged themselves away from home, […]

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Anthony Gruppuso-US PRESSWIRE

As part of ESPN‘s 24-hour college basketball marathon, Detroit and St. John’s squared off from Queens in a rematch from a year ago. In 2011, Detroit upset the Johnnies at home, but a return trip to New York City allowed […]

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