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Subject: Re: Yale-Cornell

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Date Posted: 20:21:23 09/23/18 Sun
In reply to: Son of Eli 's message, "Yale-Cornell" on 14:37:35 09/22/18 Sat

Despite the loss it was a fun game to watch for the over 11,000 fans in attendance. Not a bad crowd considering Cornell hasn't posted a winning season in nearly 15 years. Yale made the plays when they needed them and Cornell shot our selves in the foot with the roughing the passer call. That's was the nail in the coffin.

Cornell running back Howard Coles was "hot" both running and catching the ball, but then he barely touched the football in the second half. Can someone tell me why these "Spread" OC's refuse to use a fullback or H-Back to block for their running backs???? Finally in 2016 Cornell started using a fullback more and tailback Chris Walker earned first team All-Ivy honors and we went a kind of respectable 4-6 on the season. At least use the pistol or some kind of power formation so our best running back can go for more than 65 yards. The fact is year in and year our Cornell offense does the same thing and gets the same result. I don't care if we use the triple option or the wishbone, but it's time to start winning some games.

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