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Subject: Re: Bet You Didn’t Know


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Bengali a/k/a Bengal
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Date Posted: 17:39:10 11/30/21 Tue
In reply to: Acob 's message, "Re: Bet You Didn’t Know" on 14:12:05 11/30/21 Tue

Acobber: Bagnoli is a logical choice. But for turning around a program, Surace would be an interchangeable selection in my view. Bagnoli inherited a significantly worse situation at Columbia, of course, his record at Penn speaks for itself, and Columbia is now a respectable program. But Surace took a three year second division program and won a title in his fourth season, with just three classes of his recruits. The revamp started poorly as we know, but he stamped his vision on the program and has it in a good place, hopefully to be maintained. Either guy would be a good choice.

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Date Posted: 19:01:41 11/30/21 Tue

I will go on a limb and say that despite Archer's less then stellar record. The Cornell football team has performed closer to their potential then Harvard or Penn and therefor the Cornell football staff >>> Harvard football staff who has done the worst at playing to their potential in my opinion (as well as Penn)

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