The Quakers have won four in a row since their only Ivy League loss to Harvard.
Penn overcame a 15-point deficit, but couldn't complete the comeback against Harvard. Villanova routed Providence, and Drexel outlasted James Madison after double overtime.
Drexel returns to the court after setting an NCAA Division I record by overcoming a 34-point deficit in Thursday's 85-83 win over Delaware.
It was Penns third win in a row and eighth in the last nine games.
Sam, the low-key son of a Center City law firm partner, is Matt's eyes. Matt, the orphaned son of a long-disabled Delaware County pipefitter, is the brash sports savant making Sam better by being blind. The pair are a broadcasting miracle.
Two weeks ago Penn escaped with a 64-61 loss at Dartmouth.
After Sunday's loss to Houston, Temple has virtually no margin for error.
The four-team Ivy League tournament in its second season changes the stakes of the regular season in all sorts of ways.
The 6-foot-8 Brodeur averaged 17.5 points and 5.0 rebounds while shooting 15 for 20 from the field in wins at Columbia and Cornell that clinched the Quakers one of the four berths in the Ivy League playoffs.
La Salle, Drexel, Villanova, St. Joseph's and Penn will all be playing.
The Quakers enter this weekend in a first place tie with Harvard with six games remaining.
The Quakers lost to Princeton by 20, and the Explorers couldn't keep up with Fordham.
Villanova is shooting 40.8 percent from three-point range to lead the Big East.