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GoBigGreenBasketball 
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10-11-18 05:45 PM - Post#262421    

Harvard Crimson - David Tannenwald (Harvard Magazine): StheS Team Preview Series
"...no excuses - only results!”


 
rbg 
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10-15-18 08:44 AM - Post#262571    
    In response to GoBigGreenBasketball

Harvard getting some love over at Sports Illustrated.

64 Reasons to Get Excited About College Basketball
https://www.si.com/college-basketball/20 18/10/10/6...

45. Harvard’s Push to Get Back to the Tournament

For four straight years, Tommy Amaker made the Crimson the mid-major conference champ no one wanted to see on the tournament’s opening weekend, but just as quickly as Harvard arrived as a March staple, it finds itself entering 2018-19 on a three-year drought, with tough losses to Yale and Penn in the Ivy League’s four-team tournament in the past two seasons. The jewels of the top-25 recruiting class of 2016 (which ranked higher than three of the previous year’s Final Four teams) are now juniors determined to reestablish the Crimson as the class of the league and an opening-weekend sleeper.

The Next Loyola-Chicago? Eleven Mid-Majors Who Could Have a Cinderella Season
https://www.si.com/college-basketball/20 18/10/15/c...

HARVARD

Harvard returns almost its entire roster, including its five top scorers and top three rebounders. Key returnees are Seth Towns, the Ivy League Player of the Year, and Bryce Aiken, who was the Ivy League Rookie of the Year as a freshman. Towns suffered a knee injury in the Ivy League championship game that certainly hurt Harvard's chances at an NCAA bid. Aiken only played in 14 games last season. Both are healthy and ready to create the type of inside-out combo that could prove devastating in March. The Ivy League is tough—Penn, Princeton and Brown are all contenders—but no one matches the depth of the Crimson.

 
palestra38 
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10-15-18 09:39 AM - Post#262590    
    In response to rbg

"he Ivy League is tough—Penn, Princeton and Brown are all contenders—but no one matches the depth of the Crimson. "

..No Yale love there

 
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