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BC has no answers for Harvard

Updated: January 5, 2011, 11:44 PM ET
By Jack McCluskey | Special to ESPNBoston.com

NEWTON, Mass. -- Basketball is a zero-sum game. There's only one win to be had, so there's always one winner and one loser.

But there were two No. 0s in Wednesday night's Boston College-Harvard matchup, and it just so happens that each was his team's best playmaker. For the Eagles, it was Reggie Jackson; for the Crimson, it was Laurent Rivard.

This season, Jackson has been named Atlantic Coast Conference player of the week once; Rivard has been named Ivy League rookie ...

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