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Cornell hopes to bring Empire State Bowl home to Ithaca

Cornell hopes to bring Empire State Bowl home to Ithaca
The Cornell football team’s 131st season will come to an end with the Empire State Bowl on the line when the Big Red visits Columbia at Wien Stadium on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. The game will be televised on ESPN+ with Lance Medow and Sal Licata on the call, while WHCU 870 AM/97.7 FM will also be live with Barry... more

Cornell and Jimmy Boeheim lose to Colgate

Cornell and Jimmy Boeheim lose to Colgate
Jimmy Boeheim caught the ball near the free throw line, considered his Colgate defender and decided to put the ball on the floor. He switched the ball to his left (dominant) hand, breezed to the rim, finished and was fouled. For Boeheim, the Cornell sophomore, that one play epitomized what he’s been working on since last season. Cornell, Jimmy Boeheim... more

Dartmouth spoils Senior Day for Big Red football

Dartmouth spoils Senior Day for Big Red football
The football team strung together three scoring drives in the second quarter to put a dent in one of the Ivy League’s top defenses, but No. 23 Dartmouth pulled away with a pair of 1-yard rushing touchdowns by Jared Gerbino after the half for a 35-24 victory on Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field. The Big Green improved to 8-1 (5-1... more

Big Red hoops starts 2-0 for the first time in nine years

Big Red tips off home season tonight vs. SUNY Canton
Cornell men’s basketball rolled to its first 2-0 start in nearly a decade, pulling away midway through the first half and cruising to an 86-44 win over Division III SUNY Canton on Thursday evening at Newman Arena. Fifteen different Big Red players scored in winning its second straight game in the Central New York Hoops Classic. A 23-0 first half... more

Cornell hosts CNY rival Colgate in Sunday matinee

Cornell hosts CNY rival Colgate in Sunday matinee
Cornell will attempt to start a season 3-0 for the first time in more than two decades when it welcomes Central New York rival Colgate on Sunday at 1 p.m. at Newman Arena. The contest will be broadcast live on ESPN+ with Barry Leonard and Eric Taylor ’05 on the call. Cornell will have a chance to start a season... more

Big Red look to send seniors out in style against Dartmouth

Big Red look to send seniors out in style against Dartmouth
Cornell football hosts Dartmouth on Saturday at 1:00 pm in Ithaca for their final home game of the season. This will be the 102nd meeting between Cornell and Dartmouth, with the Big Green holding a 60-40-1 lead in the series. The two teams have been fairly evenly matched in recent years, with 12 of the last 25 meetings being decided... more

Cornell falls to Penn on Friday night in Ithaca

Cornell falls to Penn on Friday night in Ithaca
Penn used three extended second half scoring drives to rally for a 20-7 victory over Cornell on Friday evening at Schoellkopf Field. The Quakers retained the Trustees’ Cup and improved to 6-2 on the season (3-2 Ivy), while Cornell dropped its second straight to fall to 3-5 (2-3 Ivy). The Quakers scored a pair of third quarter touchdowns on 10-play... more

Saturday’s 66-0 loss to Princeton was as bad as it gets for Cornell

Saturday’s 66-0 loss to Princeton was as bad as it gets for Cornell
Cornell football was certainly not the consensus pick to beat an undefeated, nationally-ranked Princeton team on the road. The Tigers boasted the FCS’s top offense, one of the best defenses and quarterback John Lovett and co. had blown out nearly every opponent coming into Saturday’s contest. But this was embarrassing. The 66-0 drubbing is one for both teams’ record books,... more

BROWN & OUT: Cornell wins second straight in Ivy with rout in Rhode Island

BROWN & OUT: Cornell wins second straight in Ivy with rout in Rhode Island
Dalton Banks threw for three touchdowns and Cornell beat Brown 34-16 on Saturday. Banks had 265 yards passing for the Big Red (3-3, 2-1 Ivy League). Harold Coles ran for 141 yards and a touchdown and had a receiving TD. Lars Pedersen caught three passes for 100 yards and a score. Banks hit Coles for a 27-yard touchdown late in... more

Cornell tabbed 6th in Ivy League basketball media poll

Cornell tabbed 6th in Ivy League basketball media poll
A year ago, Cornell men’s basketball was picked sixth in the Ivy League Media Preseason Poll and went on a run that saw the Big Red reach the conference tournament for the first time. Will history repeat itself? The Big Red was again chosen to place sixth in the preseason poll, but this time returns four starters, including three-time All-Ivy... more

Unbeaten Colgate shuts out Cornell in lopsided affair

Unbeaten Colgate shuts out Cornell in lopsided affair
Colgate entered Saturday having allowed just six points since week two of the season. After 60 minutes against Cornell football, that number stayed the exact same. Colgate’s defense proved why it’s the nation’s best on Saturday, shutting out the Red and giving the Raiders a decisive 31-0 victory. “If my quote from two years ago was a day I’ll never... more

Big Red looks to keep it rolling at Colgate

Big Red looks to keep it rolling at Colgate
For the 100th time, the Cornell and Colgate football teams will renew their rivalry when the two quads meet on Saturday, Oct. 13 at 12:00 p.m. at Andy Kerr Stadium in Hamilton. The contest will be broadcast live on WHCU 870 AM/97.7 FM with Barry Leonard and Buck Briggs ‘76 on the call, with live video on the Patriot League... more

BID RED VICTORIOUS: Fourth quarter rally lifts Cornell over Harvard, 28-24

Fourth quarter rally lifts Cornell over Harvard, 28-24
Staring at a double-digit deficit at home against Harvard for the second straight year, the Cornell football team was again undaunted. The result – the Big Red’s first win streak over the Crimson this century. Harold Coles rushed for a 34-yard touchdown, then Dalton Banks hit Owen Peters with a 33-yard touchdown pass less than three minutes later to lead... more

Cornell prepares to host Harvard in key Ivy matchup

Cornell prepares to host Harvard in key Ivy matchup
The Cornell football team will play a pivotal early Ivy League game hen traditional conference power Harvard visits Schoellkopf Field on Saturday, Oct. 6 at 1:30 p.m. The contest will be broadcast live on ESPN+ with Jason Weinstein and Buck Briggs ‘76 on the call, or locally on WHCU 870 AM/97.7 FM with Barry Leonard and Terry Cullen. Coming off... more

Fast start powers Cornell past Sacred Heart, 43-24

Fast start powers Cornell past Sacred Heart, 43-24
Cornell scored on every first half offensive possession and once on defense and cruised to a 43-24 victory over previously unbeaten Sacred Heart on Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field to pick up its first win of the season. The Big Red improved to 1-2 on the year, while the Pioneers fell to 3-1. Playing against a defense ranked eighth nationally,... more

Cornell welcomes Sacred Heart to Schoellkopf on Saturday

Cornell welcomes Sacred Heart to Schoellkopf on Saturday
The Cornell football team will attempt to pick up its first victory of the 2018 season when unbeaten Sacred Heart visits Schoellkopf Field on Saturday, Sept. 29 at 1:30 p.m. The contest will be broadcast live on ESPN+ with Jason Weinstein on the call, as well as locally on radio on WHCU 870 AM/ 97.7 FM featuring Barry Leonard and... more

Yale staves off Cornell on homecoming, 30-24

Yale staves off Cornell on homecoming, 30-24
Junior running back Harold Coles rushed for one touchdown and caught another with 130 all-purpose yards, but Yale staved off the Cornell football team for a 30-24 victory in the Big Red’s Homecoming on Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field. Cornell (0-2, 0-1 Ivy League) effectively contained vaunted running back Zane Dudek (33 yards on 13 carries) after a pair of... more

After rough opener, Cornell’s 3-QB attack Isn’t going anywhere

After rough opener, Cornell’s 3-QB attack Isn’t going anywhere
In a 27-10 loss to Delaware on Saturday, all three of Cornell football’s quarterbacks saw meaningful playing time as head coach David Archer ’05 had planned. But none of the three had much success against a tough Blue Hens defense. “We’ve got to create a little more of a spark,” Archer said of his offense, which racked up just 157... more
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