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07-05-18 11:55 AM - Post#258491    
    In response to Okoro Dude

Harvard, Yale and Princeton should be better than last year.
- Harvard loses no one with minutes, is bringing in a good class and won't be one of the youngest teams in the nation anymore;
- Yale brings almost everyone back + possibly Bruner; and
- Princeton loses Bell, gains the best recruit in the league, and it's freshmen should improve.

Penn loses a bunch (Foreman, Wood, Jones, McDonald), but definitely should see contributions from last years injured freshmen.
Wonder if Penn's projected finish is due to increasing strength of its league opponents? On the other hand, maybe it's just that Tovik's formula penalizes Penn for graduating players while giving insufficient credit for players who were on roster but couldn't contribute last year. If so, then the 4 playoff spots appear to be settled.

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