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Subject: Re: Ivy Team of the year


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Roar Lion
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Date Posted: 11:51:09 11/08/21 Mon
In reply to: Ivy Inquisitor 's message, "Ivy Team of the year" on 18:25:17 11/07/21 Sun

The Ivy team of the decade was the 2018 Princeton team with Lovett and Horsted. I think that team would've gone pretty far in the FCS playoffs, too bad they didn't get a chance. Gained 5300 yards of offense and held opponents to 13 ppg. I certainly agree the team of the year is not always the Ivy champ, but not sure there is any criteria that could put Dartmouth ahead of P in 2018.

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Ivy Inquisitor
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Date Posted: 15:18:21 11/08/21 Mon

Roar Lion: I agree with you 100% Princeton averaged 47 ppg and gave up 13 ppg. Two years ago I recommended a conditional playoff birth for a undefeated team. I mentioned how college football also got cheated because the possibility of a national championship game NDSU vs. Princeton. If that played out that way it would have been one of the greatest college football games ever!

That 2018 Tiger team was one of the greatest Ivy's teams. That team reminded me of Princetion's 1950& 1951 teams.

Last year I posted who is the collectively best team during the 2010's. Pennsylvania won 4 titles but their OCC record for 3 of 4 those title seasons was 2-7. I can't fully remember but I think I have to nod to Harvard over Princeton. To be fair the 2017 Dartmouth and 2019 Princeton teams would have defeated quite a few of the league champs.

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