Hell has frozen over. Brown 80 Princeton 73. This moves Brown's all time record at Princeton to 1-52, ending that brief 52 game home winning streak against Brown for Princeton. Clemson now has the longest streak, at 0-49 at North Carolina. Hopefully, Brown's coach Glen Miller will move across town to Providence College soon, and current Providence coach Tim Welsh can go to a place where he belongs; the black hole of Calcutta being the top option.
The only military skill provided by the French is demonstrating the methods of surrendering.
Damn, that is a long losing streak. Congrats to Brown. Now if only Clemson can defeat North Carolina at home, the event would cause a chain reaction that could unravel the very fabric of the space-time continuum and destroy the entire universe.
Granted, that's worst-case scenario. The effect may in fact be very localized, limited to merely our own galaxy.
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I am not going to speculate on #1 seeds but this year may see the Atlantic 10 send 4 or 5 teams to the big dance. St. Joseph's (RPI#23), Xavier (RPI#29), and Dayton (RPI#19) are locks at this stage, with Richmond (48)