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Webster, the Crimson’s lone senior, said it was Amaker and his vision that attracted him to a program that hadn’t been to the NCAA Tournament since 1946.
"Harvard [was] a world-class institution, and the basketball team wasn’t world class when I got here," he said.
No. 5 Arizona vs. No. 14 HarvardEnergySolutions Arena
Tipoff » 4:10 p.m.
TV » TNT
Records » Arizona 26-7; Harvard 20-9
Last meeting » Arizona 59, Harvard 58 (December 1966)
About the Wildcats » They are ranked 21st in the Associated Press poll and 29th in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ poll.
About the Crimson » Harvard makes its second straight NCAA Tournament appearance after more than six decades without one.
Amaker and the kids from Cambridge are doing their best to change that now.
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