Arizona vs. Harvard, NCAA tournament 2013: Game time, TV schedule and more

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The Arizona Wildcats will face the Harvard Crimson in the third round of the NCAA tournament.

The No. 6 Arizona Wildcats will try to advance to the Sweet 16 on Saturday; standing in their way is the No. 14 Harvard Crimson.

Harvard pulled off the biggest upset on Thursday, defeating the No. 3 New Mexico Lobos 68-62, which was the first NCAA Tournament victory in school history.

Harvard reached the tournament by winning the Ivy League regular season conference championship; the Ivy League is the only conference in Divison I without a conference tournament. The Crimson are a well-rounded team. They led the Ivy League in offensive efficiency; finishing first in two-point percentage and second in three-point percentage. Harvard also led the Ivy League in block percentage and steal percentage on the defensive end.

The Wildcats should have an advantage on the glass. Harvard struggled with offensive and defensive rebounding, while Arizona had the second-highest offensive rebounding percentage in the Pac-12.

The game starts at 4:10 p.m. MT, with coverage on TNT.

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