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Username Post: tie breaker rules        (Topic#19976)
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Reg: 11-22-04
03-02-17 09:00 PM - Post#224367    
    In response to Columbia 37P6

My understanding is that If both sweep then we are down to who finishes higher between Brown and Cornell. Penn would need it to be Cornell in order to advance.

Not sure where you are seeing something different.

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Loc: Montclair, NJ
Reg: 11-21-04
03-03-17 12:44 AM - Post#224390    
    In response to Columbia 37P6

In the 7-7 options, it comes down to Brown finishing ahead of Cornell (Columbia wins) or not (Penn wins).

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03-03-17 01:55 AM - Post#224394    
    In response to Chet Forte

  • Chet Forte Said:
The tournament has given meaning to the end of the season for teams which would otherwise have been mathematically eliminated from playing for anything other than pride. I am glad that I was at the Penn Columbia game. It was one of the most intense, hard fought and basically evenly matched Ivy games that I have seen in years. Every possession was a war. Both teams played their hearts out. Maybe I wouldn't have been writing this if we had lost, to be sure, but it was really just a fantastic game to watch.

I unfortunately was at the Princeton game last weekend, which as a real dud, and not the Penn game. I did watch the Penn game on the digital network.

But I agree that this Ivy League tournament is a great development and long over-due. Instead of being 7 games behind Princeton, and already looking toward next season, Columbia played in front of two sold-out crowds last weekend. And this weekend promises more must watch basketball for Lions fans.

And I'm sure Penn, Yale and Harvard fans feel the same way.

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