The Times has an article up on Tommy Amaker's move to Harvard, and how he will measure success there. It's kind of a sick sidenote, but there is mention of the notion that Amaker was "too principled" to succeed at Michigan. Kind of a perverted thought, frankly.
Incidentally, Amaker is not the only connection between Ivy basketball, Duke and Michigan. Bill Bradley's legendary career at Princeton was punctuated with his stunning performance against Michigan in the Final Four. If you ever get a chance to read about it, it's one of the great performances in Final Four history.
And Bradley, you may recall, had agreed to go to Duke before changing his mind and attending Princeton at the last moment.