Above, the 1981-1982 Cornell Men's Basketball team, which included #31, Charley Brown. His son, Kyle Brown, will be a freshman on the team next season and has used in the past the same jersey number as his father.
- Nolan Cressler has heard from Dayton, Pitt, Vanderbilt (offer), UAB, Robert Morris, Rutgers, Butler, Quinnipiac, and Northwestern. The Tennessean mentions the Vanderbilt offer. And Vandy is reportedly recruiting him very hard.
- Real Clear Sports credits Princeton-Georgetown of 1989 for saving automatic bids and writes, "To my knowledge, after 1989, the idea of eliminating the automatic bid to smaller conferences was never mentioned again. Ever. So the Lehighs and Coastal Carolinas of the world might owe a small debt to Princeton. So, too, do the Cornells and Harvards, I suppose, though they would loathe to admit it. Here are the last four years of first-round NCAA games involving Ivy League teams: 2010: Cornell def. Temple, 78-65; 2011: Kentucky def. Princeton, 59-57; 2012: Vanderbilt def. Harvard, 79-70; 2013: Harvard def. New Mexico, 68-62; 2014: Harvard def. Cincinnati, 61-57. A bit different from the mid-1980s."