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Now that Tommy Amaker has decided to stay at Harvard, what's next for his program?
Onetime economics professor and longtime nuclear strategist James R. Schlesinger was a political man for all seasons, holding a long string of Cabinet and other high-level posts through three administrations. He was hired - and dismissed - by presidents of both parties.
Branden Dawson matched his career high in the first half and Michigan State was clicking.
For 18 seconds on Saturday, it was happening. Harvard owned basketball, too.
Every year, it seems the NCAA selection committee is enamored with the Mountain West, giving teams from the conference high seeds in the NCAA tournament.
The day started with a bracket-crushing blow. More upsets followed. Four overtime games, a record. A buzzer-beater, a pair of late-night scares.
So you were confident in your bracket, hoping to win the office pool, maybe get lucky and take down that $1 billion prize Warren Buffett is offering for a perfect run of picks.
Not surprising, it was Tom Izzo and Michigan State that proved the only certainty on a chaotic opening day.
It's more than a figure of speech to say Harvard's last trip to this stage of the NCAA tournament felt like an elbow to the face - especially if that face belongs to Siyani Chambers.