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Posted at 9:05 AM ET, 01/20/2011

Did Kentucky's John Calipari need to apologize for his comments?

By Eric Prisbell

Some links for Thursday:

More on John Calipari apologizing for his profane comments at the end of the Alabama game.

Maryland needs better three-point shooting, and Jimmer Fredette is not walking through that door.

Virginia Tech intent on stopping Jordan Williams. Good luck.

Bracketology 101 has some thoughts on tonight's Maryland-Virginia Tech game.

SI.com's Andy Glockner has his bubble watch.

Seth Davis answers questions about sleeper teams, UNC's point guard situation and Colorado's tourney hopes.

What a year to expand the NCAA tournament, right? Many conference are down. Will the field be more watered down than usual? Jason King and Greg Anthony debate the expanded field.

I'm only posting this rundown of Wednesday's results because I thought the reader comment posted at 5:39 a.m. was pretty funny.

By Eric Prisbell  | January 20, 2011; 9:05 AM ET
 
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Comments

Random bubble related comment... Harvard is not a bad loss. That keeps coming up with regards to BC. Actually, Harvard has a pretty good team - and their 47th in the RPI (at the moment). If Maryland played and beat Harvard this season, it would actually be their best win! BC's loss to Rhode Island is worse for them.

Posted by: Kev29 | January 20, 2011 10:39 AM | Report abuse

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