• Cornell Was Just the Beginning for Kevin Boothe

    Photo courtesy of Bleacher Report.  Boothe went from being an NCAA athlete to a two-time Super Bowl champion, all while maintaining his grades and setting the foundation for his future family. As...

  • Throwback Thursday: Sprint Football 1923

    This time in 1923, sprint football cracked down on perfecting its skill. Coach Dobbie wanted to help teach the players individually in order to perfect their foundational skills in their positions....

  • Ivy League Elo V

    We have included nine more years of ratings in this update and are now through 26 years of Ivy League ratings. Also, as always check out the past Ivy League Elo...

  • Ivy League Elo IV

    We are now in our fourth week of Ivy League Elo ratings and this week we have added the 1968-1972 seasons. So far, we have compiled 17 years of historical data...

  • Ivy League Elo III

    Ivy League Elo is back with another five years of ratings. The 1963-1967 football seasons have now been charted and are shown above. Also, at the end of the article is...

  • Ivy League ELO II

    Five more seasons have been added to the Ivy League Football Elo ratings. The 1958 to 1962 seasons are shown below and all Elo ratings calculated are shown at the bottom...

  • Ivy League ELO

    The Big Red Sports Network will be releasing a rating system for Ivy League football. We will be using a relatively simple structure called ELO Ratings. The system was developed by...

  • By the Numbers: Punting

    Many football fans have heard coaches talk about the “three phases” of the game. The key to winning is to beat the other team in these different categories — offense, defense, and special...

  • A Selfless Leader

    With a win against Columbia University on Saturday, November 12th, Cornell football clinched its fourth win of the season, a three-win increase from the previous two years and a new career-high for fourth-year...

  • Throwback Thursday: From Princeton Pranks to Traditions that Last

    For several years during football games, the Big Red Band merely marched, performed at halftime, and would leave with the masses at the end of the game. However, in 1947, Cornell emerged victorious...

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