Outside the Limelight: Basketball in the Ivy League

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Chapter 1 - Origins of a League 1
  • Part I - Great Expectations 7
  • Chapter 2 - A Mom­ and-Pop Store 9
  • Chapter 3 - Great Scott 17
  • Chapter 4 - Multicultural Quakers 22
  • Chapter 5 - Getting under Way 27
  • Chapter 6 - Roll Crimson Pride 39
  • Chapter 7 - Backdoor Cuts 45
  • Chapter 8 - A Tradition Tarnished 54
  • Chapter 9 - Bright Lights, Big Stages 63
  • Part II - The Heart of the Season 77
  • Chapter 10 - Harvardization 79
  • Chapter 11 - Conference Calls 87
  • Chapter 12 - We Interrupt This Season 96
  • Chapter 13 - The Road Is the Thing 108
  • Chapter 14 - Everyone onto the Court 115
  • Chapter 15 - Brothers in Arms 125
  • Chapter 16 - A Rivalry like No Other 134
  • Chapter 17 - Topsy­ Turvy Weekend 141
  • Chapter 18 - Dreams Deferred 151
  • Chapter 19 - And the Winner Is 158
  • Part III - Tournament Hoopiness 173
  • Chapter 20 - The Wait of Expectations 175
  • Epilogue 185
  • Acknowledgments 197
  • Ivy League Rosters, 2005– 2006 Season 199
  • Index 205
  • About the Author 213
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