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SALT LAKE CITY - Four years later, you could say, the NCAA worlds are aligning again for the Arizona Wildcats.
From left, Arizona's Kevin Parrom, Brandon Ashley and Grant Jerrett let reporters know, "You can't overlook Harvard," after the Crimson upset New Mexico and won at Cal earlier in the season.
Harvard's smaller front line, including 6-foot-8-inch center Kenyatta Smith (25), held its own against 7-footer Alex Kirk and the rest of New Mexico's big men. Smith had 10 points and seven boards in a 68-62 win over the Lobos.
Harvard's Laurent Rivard, right, and Wesley Saunders talk to the media Friday. Rivard hit five threes in Harvard's win over Cal in December.
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