Harvard head coach Tommy Amaker called in to "College Basketball Live" on Wednesday to discuss his team's Ivy League championship and the university's first NCAA tournament appearance since 1946.
"Obviously we're thrilled to have the opportunity to represent our great conference in the NCAA tournament," Amaker said.
He described the emotions of Tuesday night, when Harvard's spot was assured as third-place Princeton played spoiler in defeating second-place Penn to give the outright Ivy title to the Crimson.
"And certainly watching that final game with those two teams ... they've been the two historic teams in this league and battled out so many years for the chance to play in the NCAA tournament and win our conference. So for us to sit back and watch it ... it was pretty special for us."
Amaker goes on to discuss his players' reactions, the excitement of making the Big Dance and the X-factor that gives Harvard a chance to make waves during March Madness.