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Jack Rogers ’45 | Cornell Hall of Fame ’88

November 7, 2018

It is with sadness that we share the loss of Jack Rogers’45. Our deepest condolences go out to his family from the entire “Big Red” community. Jack was Class of `45, but played on the `46, `47, and `48 teams, along with the 1942 team. His Cornell career was interrupted, like many from his generation,…

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Cornell Falters Under Friday Night Lights in 20-7 Loss to Penn
By Miles Henshaw | Cornell Daily Sun

November 5, 2018

With the moon poking through the overcast over the Schoellkopf crescent, Cornell football and Penn butted heads to try and win a nationally televised football game the old-fashioned way: running and defense. But it was Penn which out-ran and out-defended Cornell to come out on top, 20-7, to capture its fifth consecutive Trustees’ Cup. Looking…

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Cornell Falls to Penn 20-7
By CornellBigRed.com

November 5, 2018

ITHACA, N.Y. — 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…

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Football Embarrassed by Princeton, 66-0, for Worst Loss in 128 Years
By Zachary Silver and Raphy Gendler | Cornell Daily Sun

October 29, 2018

The last time Cornell football suffered a loss this demoralizing, the forward pass was not yet a legal play. Helmets were not used. The number 18 was used to refer to the first two digits of the year, not last two. The Cornell football program was just four years old. The last time Cornell suffered…

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Early Mistakes Prove Costly As #17 Princeton Rolls Past Football
By CornellBigRed.com

October 29, 2018

PRINCETON, N.J. — The unbeaten, nationally-ranked Tigers turned nearly every Cornell mistake into points and made a rainy, blustery day that much worse in a 66-0 win over the Big Red on Saturday afternoon at Princeton Stadium. No. 17 Princeton moved to 7-0 (4-1 Ivy), while the Big Red slipped to 3-4 (2-2 Ivy). The…

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In Dominant Fashion, Football Claims 1st Road Win at Brown Since 2002
By Miles Henshaw | Cornell Daily Sun

October 22, 2018

The last time Cornell football beat Brown in Providence, head coach David Archer ’05 was a sophomore suiting up for another game on the offensive line. Now on the sideline, he has led the team to a second consecutive win over the Bears. Cornell’s decisive 34-16 win Saturday, a year removed from a 34-7 Homecoming…

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Early Deficit No Obstacle As Football Storms Past Brown
By CornellBigRed.com

October 22, 2018

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Trailing 10-0 in a place Cornell hadn’t won in since 2002, the Big Red awoke in a big way and all three phases contributed to a 34-16 win at Brown on Saturday afternoon at Brown Stadium. The Big Red evened its record at 3-3 (2-1 Ivy), while the Bears fell to 1-5…

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Unbeaten Colgate Shuts Out Football in Lopsided Affair
By Raphy Gendler | Cornell Daily Sun

October 13, 2018

HAMILTON, N.Y. — 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…

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Defense Pushes #17 Colgate Past Football, 31-0
By CornellBigRed.com

October 13, 2018

HAMILTON, N.Y. — The 100th all-time meeting between Cornell and Colgate was dominated by the Raiders’ top-ranked defense, as the home team posted its third shutout in four games with a 31-0 victory on Saturday afternoon at Andy Kerr Stadium. No. 17 Colgate improved to 6-0, while the Big Red fell to 2-3. Colgate, which…

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Fourth Quarter Rally Lifts Football Over Harvard, 28-24
By CornellBigRed.com

October 8, 2018

ITHACA, N.Y. – 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…

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