SALT LAKE CITY -- Some notes and links of possible interest heading into the UA-Harvard game at 3:10 p.m. (TNT)...

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Slate has a big-picture look at how things have changed for Harvard, which now recruits players other D-I teams are recruiting and may no longer be a quaint Ivy League program.

Lots of good reads about the Crimson matchup, while Harvard is hoping to pull off another upset today.

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Harvard's Laurent Rivard is a gym rat.

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Here's the official game notes from Arizona and Harvard.

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ASU analyst and former player Kyle Dodd says the Wildcats could reach the Final Four.

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All our coverage today can be found on StarNet's Wildcats page.

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Ben Howland couldn't have enjoyed what was maybe his last game coaching at UCLA.

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Cal and Oregon have formed a unique partnership for today's games at San Jose, Calif.: Ducks fans are being asked to wear yellow, and Bear fans asked to wear gold in an effort to light up HP Pavilion and show Pac-12 solidarity.

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Oregon will have to find a way to get shots against Saint Louis at 4:10 p.m. (TBS).

Adam Jude has a good read on Iran native Arsalan Kazemi of Oregon.

The Bears will have to deal with a tough zone defense against Syracuse (6:40 p.m., TBS).

But if Cal wins, the Bears could make a significant move in attracting attention in a crowded Bay area sports market.

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Scott Bordow says Herb Sendek isn't the problem at ASU.