Found March 09, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Babe Ruth
TEAMS: Ohio State Buckeyes
Not only are current Harvard basketball players happy about the Crimson's NCAA tournament berth, but some of the school's old stars -- including Don Swegan of the 1946 Crimson team -- are thrilled as well. Swegan, who also played baseball and football for the Crimson, was the last player to score for Harvard in the NCAA tournament. His most memorable moment at Harvard came after a 46-38 loss to Ohio State. Swegan spotted Babe Ruth during the NIT tournament at Madison Square Garden. He still can't get over the fact that he never asked for an autograph despite sitting right...
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