The Harvard Crimson look to continue their perfect run through the Ivy League on Saturday night at Princeton. (7 p.m., ESPN U)
Harvard won each of its first four league games by at least 11 points, but its past three conference wins have all been by single digits. The Crimson moved to 7-0 in the Ivy League after their ninth straight overall win, defeating Penn 56-50 on Friday behind 17 points off the bench from Corbin Miller and 15 more from starter Kyle Casey.
Princeton is 3-3 in league play after ousting Dartmouth 59-47 on Friday. Led by Ian Hummer, who averages 16.5 points and 7.6 rebounds, the Tigers feature a stout defense allowing just 41.8 percent shooting. Princeton is 4-2 at home for the season. Friday's meeting with Darmouth was the Tigers' only home conference game to date.
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