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Chip Bayers 
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02-03-18 09:39 PM - Post#245947    
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Huge Max offensive rebound after Woods miss among the trees.

Yale now resorting to foul fest since Penn still not in one-and-one.


 
PennFan10 
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02-03-18 09:39 PM - Post#245948    
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  • 91Quake Said:
He can't be elite. He was only a 2 star recruit. (I kid).



Good point


 
Chip Bayers 
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02-03-18 09:40 PM - Post#245949    
    In response to 10Q

And Foreman gives up the awful turnover to cut the lead to 55-50.


 
Chip Bayers 
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02-03-18 09:41 PM - Post#245950    
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Finally to 7 fouls, Betley to the line.


 
Chip Bayers 
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02-03-18 09:42 PM - Post#245951    
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Misses front end.

Oh man, Copeland with the unforced turnover.


 
Chip Bayers 
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02-03-18 09:42 PM - Post#245952    
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Woods to the line, 30.9 left. Phills is done.


 
Chip Bayers 
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02-03-18 09:43 PM - Post#245953    
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Caleb makes 2. 57-50.


 
Chip Bayers 
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02-03-18 09:44 PM - Post#245955    
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Yale missed 3, strong Woods rebound, and he gets it quickly to Betley for the foul.

Betley hits both with 20.9 left.


 
Chip Bayers 
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02-03-18 09:44 PM - Post#245956    
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59-50 FINAL.


 
weinhauers_ghost 
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02-03-18 10:23 PM - Post#245970    
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This was an ugly game all around, but I'll take the W. Our defense was good, and we managed to maintain that lead down the stretch. Woods and Wood played well, and Max has been pretty consistent at both ends. Betley is scoring, but they're quiet points. And as mentioned upthread, Jake gave the team a lift at a time where they really needed it.

As usual, the Saturday night Ivy zebras displayed typical selective blindness. Phantom fouls and missed violations abounded.

Too bad Cornell couldn't manage to sneak past Harvard, though.

 
10Q 
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02-03-18 10:34 PM - Post#245972    
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Yes. We need that all important top seed.

 
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02-03-18 10:40 PM - Post#245973    
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Princeton scores 100 points and loses. Another sign of the apocalypse.

 
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02-03-18 10:42 PM - Post#245975    
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Seriously. The two teams I would least like to face in the first round are Brown and Princeton.

That said, I'm a bit concerned with how our guys will respond to next week's road games after such a long stretch at home.

 
Chip Bayers 
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02-03-18 10:44 PM - Post#245976    
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I’m looking forward to Brown sneaking in as the 4 seed and winning the dumb thing.


 
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02-03-18 10:44 PM - Post#245977    
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It does guarantee us post-season action, however.

That would be a major coup for this year no matter what the tourney is.

 
penn nation 
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02-03-18 10:45 PM - Post#245979    
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This is quite possible. At this point, I don't think anyone's sleeping on Brown.

  • Chip Bayers Said:
I’m looking forward to Brown sneaking in as the 4 seed and winning the dumb thing.




 
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02-03-18 10:47 PM - Post#245980    
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  • Chip Bayers Said:
I’m looking forward to Brown sneaking in as the 4 seed and winning the dumb thing.



That might well cause the universe to implode.

 
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02-03-18 10:47 PM - Post#245981    
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On the second point, Princeton will be coming off of two straight OT games, with the second one an absolute heartbreaker.

Hopefully Penn will be fresher than Princeton down the stretch--Quakers should be a bit more rested.

  • weinhauers_ghost Said:
Seriously. The two teams I would least like to face in the first round are Brown and Princeton.

That said, I'm a bit concerned with how our guys will respond to next week's road games after such a long stretch at home.




 
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02-03-18 11:23 PM - Post#245990    
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Which is important, I agree. In terms of just making the Ivy tourney, I think we actually wanted Brown to lose that game tonight. In terms of just getting in, at 5-0 we are better off if, like last year, 6-8 gets you in. Not that i’m condoning thinking of it as just having to win 1 or 2 more!

 
SomeGuy 
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02-03-18 11:32 PM - Post#245992    
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On Silpe, those shots were a testament to what can happen when you get some consistent run and can play through mistakes. For whatever reason, I thought Silpe bogged down the offense in the first half and was getting in the way of our movement. And then he had the awful failure to box out Phils on the play where Yale cut it to 43-40. But after not playing well to that point, he hit the 2 straight 3s that arguably won the game.

Also thought the defense on Oni was interesting. After Cambridge the night before, watching the first two couple of buckets (with Betley on him, I believe), I kind of thought here we go again. But we switched and guarded him with mostly Woods and Foreman the rest of the way, and shut him down entirely.

 
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