NCAAB Basketball Picks: Harvard vs. Princeton Predictions & Odds 3/1

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CappersInfo is back with its Harvard Crimson vs. Princeton Tigers picks and predictions, as we look to give you all of the college basketball advice and tips that you need to beat your online sportsbook for this crucial Friday night tilt.

College Basketball Picks: Harvard Crimson @ Princeton Tigers
Date: Friday, March 1st, 7:00 ET
Location: L. Stockwell Jadwin Gymnasium, Princeton, NJ
Harvard vs. Princeton Live TV: ESPNU

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How about some Ivy League action on Friday night? The Tigers know that they are running out of chances to run down the Crimson atop the Ivy League. They already were beaten on the road by Harvard, and another loss in this game basically makes it a foregone conclusion that the Crimson are going to be dancing. We do really like what Princeton has been able to do over the course of these last four road games, scoring three victories and three covers, but when the rubber met the road in Boston, the Crimson clearly ruled the day. Harvard is an insanely efficient team that no one is going to want to face in the NCAA Tournament. The Crimson are shooting 48.8 percent from the field (9th in the land) and 40.1 percent from long range (8th). Sure, it’s only producing 70.2 points per game, but that’s still a tremendous mark in the Ivy League, where points are always at a premium, especially when you play against Princeton. We think that the Ivy League will be said and done with on Friday night when the Crimson come to the Garden State and dismiss the Tigers.

Harvard vs. Princeton Pick: Harvard Crimson +6
Harvard vs. Princeton Prediction: Harvard 64 – Princeton 58

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