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1915 – Champions of All
10/7/2015 By Jim Hanchett '53 | CFA Historian

October 7, 2015

The years immediately preceding World War I were building times for Dr. Albert Sharpe, who had been a Walter Camp All-America long distance ball carrier and drop kicker at Yale a few year earlier. His 1914 Cornell team, featuring National Hall of Fame end John O’Hearn ’15, had gone 8-2, running up 257 points and…

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Cornell at Yale: Post Game
10/1/2015 | By Paul Cohen | Ithaca College

October 1, 2015

The Cornell Football team was unable to pick up their first win of the season after missing a great opportunity on Saturday at Yale. The Big Red allowed the Bulldogs to score 26 unanswered points to lose 26-33. This was the second straight 4th quarter lead that the team has lost but stung more as…

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Colgate at Cornell: Pregame
10/1/2015 | By Paul Cohen | Ithaca College

October 1, 2015

Cornell will be hosting a rare Friday night football game against Colgate on October 2 at 7pm. This will be the first ever Friday night game at Schoellkopf Field and the first for Cornell since October 26, 2007 at Princeton. The Big Red is still looking for their first win of the season as they…

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Remarkable Last Minute TD Drives Bucknell to Victory
9/23/2015 | By Chris Rauch | Ithaca College

September 23, 2015

Cornell’s defense came out firing on all cylinders holding a team that last year was averaging around 27 points per game scoreless in the first quarter and limiting them to 19 total points by the end of the game. Jackson Weber (Whitefish Bay Wisconsin), Seth Hope, (Fort Thomas Kentucky) and Rush Imhotep (Brooklyn, NY) held…

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CFA to Three Big Redders: Well Done!
9/23/2015 | By Jim Hanchett '53 | CFA Historian

September 23, 2015

Frank Bradley ’50 and Mark Miller ’84 are the winners of the 2015 Louis J. Conti ’41 Cornell Football Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award. The CFA will honor them and the late Bill Whelan ’53 with its Joe King ’36 Memorial Award at Schoellkopf before the Columbia game November 14. Jack Rogers remembers his Big Red…

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