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2008 NCAA Tournament Capsule: Cornell

March 8th, 2008

Cornell

Ivy League (22-5, 14-0)

 

Big Wins: 11/25 Siena (83-77), 2/1 at Brown (75-64), 2/1 Brown 74-65)

Bad Losses: 11/17 at Ohio (89-102), 12/1 Colgate (73-76), 12/19 at Bucknell (75-88)

Buzzer Beater: The Weekend Review

March 3rd, 2008
Boston College - The NIT would like to officially welcome Syracuse to the mix, after a bizarre late-game collapse against Pitt on Saturday. The Orange may have been done in by a no-call when Paul Harris was stripped of the ball underneath the basket, but bad calls don't explain blowing an 11-point lead in the final three minutes. Barring a surprise run through the Big East Tournament, the Orange, now7-9 in the conference, are likely on the wrong side of the bubble for the second straight year.

Teams of the Day: Arkansas and Cornell

March 2nd, 2008
Arkansas

Arkansas
19-9 (8-6 SEC West)

Computer numbers (courtesy of kenpom.com): RPI 44, SOS 54 (before Saturday's games)

Team of the Day: Cornell

February 23rd, 2008
Cornell

Cornell
17-5 (9-0 Ivy League)

Computer numbers (courtesy of kenpom.com): RPI 84, SOS 243

Seven Day Stretch: Sutton Brothers Going Different Directions

February 15th, 2008
Three weeks ago I pegged Providence College as the Seven Day Savior (team), and they have collapsed since then. Two weeks ago, I put Seton Hall in the same category and they too, have fallen off the radar since my selection. Even my choices of SDS individual awards have been hit. Two weeks ago, it was Central Florida. Last week it was UNC-Asheville. Both teams went from undefeated when I wrote about them to losing…in UCF’s case, more than once. Last week I selected Drake and probably put a scare into those

Daily Poll: Who Will Win the Ivy?

October 21st, 2007
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Ivy Interview: Steve Donahue

October 2nd, 2006
CornellJon Teitel chats with Cornell head coach Steve Donahue about the upcoming Ivy League season.

Steve DonahueSteve Donahue1. What are your team’s goals for this season?
A: Now that we have built the program to be competitive, the goals are always the same: win an Ivy League championship and go to the NCAA Tournament.