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Subject: Hell...


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Go Green
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Date Posted: 17:53:02 12/15/21 Wed
In reply to: Ivy Inquisitor 's message, "PSU 1994, UCF 2017" on 17:48:01 12/15/21 Wed


Princeton awarded itself a bunch of "National Championships" in the 19th Century even though they weren't playing other national powers (H & Y) over rules disputes.

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Go Green
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Date Posted: 17:54:48 12/15/21 Wed


Even if Harvard does print themselves rings and makes banners, the actual trophy isn't spending any time in Cambridge next season--unless Princeton is willing to share some if its months hosting the trophy with Harvard.

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Two Cents
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Date Posted: 18:14:39 12/15/21 Wed

Slightly different subject, but I’ve always wondered why the Ivy League doesn’t use head to head to award the championship to one team if there is a tie at the end of the season.

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Go Green
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Date Posted: 18:22:39 12/15/21 Wed


The first tied championship was in 1961 between Harvard and Columbia and...

.... Columbia won the head-on game.

Draw your own conclusions from that.

:)

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Date Posted: 20:05:12 12/15/21 Wed

Until conference championship games became common, most power conferences awarded co-championships and used head to head only to decide who would go to the conference affiliated Bowl game. If the Ivy League ever woke up and sent a team to the FCS playoffs, I'm sure head to head would decide the league representative in case of co-champions.

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