- Bill Courtney is making his rounds on radio interviews, appearing on ESPN 1160 Ithaca as well as WakeUpCallDT with FoxSports.com and Scout.com writer, Bill Tortora.
- From the Ft. Wayne Journal, an incoming Purdue freshman expects to "learn a lot" from Errick Peck.
- Above is the result of the NCAA's Academic Progress Rate (APR) for the Ivy League men's basketball teams. Cornell finished tops in Ivy League and among a dozen schools nationally with a perfect score. Harvard finished at the bottom of the Ivy League and in the bottom half of Division I. Cornell has improved its APR school each over the last five seasons. Conversely, since 2007 when Tommy Amaker was hired, Harvard has not improved in the APR either holding steady or dropping each successive season. Schools such as Kentucky, Miami, FL, Kansas State, Memphis, Alabama and UNLV all performed better on the APR than Harvard.
- The Syracuse Post Standard writes on the APR, "Who are the educational powerhouses in college sports? And, well, who are not? The National Collegiate Athletic Association released its Academic Progress Rate on Tuesday which measures eligibility (academic and otherwise) and graduation and retention rates. In football, Davidson and Northwestern were the top schools with a scores of 996. In men's basketball, 12 schools scored a perfect 1,000, including Cornell." The Standard also published the below photo and caption.
Cornell University’s men’s basketball team scored a perfect 1,000 on the NCAA’s its Academic Progress Rate report; SU’s team scored a 933. Syracuse University's Brandon Triche steals the ball from Cornell's Josh Figini in the Carrier Dome.