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84grad 
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12-14-21 01:57 PM - Post#331371    

Red Alert declared on campus. Sunday's men's and women's games canceled.

 
Go Green 
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12-14-21 04:26 PM - Post#331384    
    In response to 84grad

Unfortunate. I was looking forward to seeing how the Big Red would do against Bryant.

Stay safe and best wishes, Cornell.

 
welcometothejungle 
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12-17-21 09:45 AM - Post#331530    
    In response to Go Green

https://twitter.com/MattNorlander/status/ 147184815...

Syracuse announced today that their games against Cornell and Lehigh have been canceled as well due to protocols within their program

 
mountainred 
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12-19-21 12:27 PM - Post#331614    
    In response to welcometothejungle

Well, postponed, at least for now. It's an easy one hour bus ride for the Big Red, but where do you schedule it?

 
rbg 
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12-27-21 03:52 PM - Post#331871    
    In response to mountainred

Georgia Tech couldn't play against Syracuse on 12/29, so Cornell is going to take their place.

 
bradley 
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12-29-21 08:45 PM - Post#331939    
    In response to mountainred

Big Red did a good job for 25 minutes playing a competitive game against an improving Syracuse team on the road. Good to see that they played the game.

Coach Earl continues to demonstrate progress and they may well be playing at Lavietes in March. unless Ivy Presidents have something up their sleeve.

 
HARVARDDADGRAD 
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12-29-21 09:00 PM - Post#331940    
    In response to bradley

Like eliminating the 3 point shot?
Cornell’s scored 45 of its 68 points on three’s!

 
Go Green 
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12-30-21 10:28 AM - Post#331943    
    In response to HARVARDDADGRAD

  • HARVARDDADGRAD Said:

Cornell’s scored 45 of its 68 points on three’s!



I haven't done the math, but I would not be surprised if Dartmouth has had games when with a comparable ratio of points coming off of three-point shots.

 
mountainred 
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12-30-21 01:23 PM - Post#331947    
    In response to Go Green

  • Go Green Said:
  • HARVARDDADGRAD Said:

Cornell’s scored 45 of its 68 points on three’s!



I haven't done the math, but I would not be surprised if Dartmouth has had games when with a comparable ratio of points coming off of three-point shots.



You are probably right Go Green. For the season, Dartmouth, Penn and Princeton have all scored a higher percentage of their points from behind the arc than Cornell (40.8%). Harvard and Yale are in the top 75 of the nation in that percentage as well.

 
HARVARDDADGRAD 
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12-30-21 02:10 PM - Post#331949    
    In response to mountainred

To me, this reflects the death of inside talent in the league at the moment. We lost a lot of bigs in the last 2 years and some of the prospective replacements are injured (Harvard & Penn).

I believe Brown is the biggest squad and has the best rim protection.

Edited by HARVARDDADGRAD on 12-30-21 02:11 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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