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Date Posted: 10/12/15 8:30:53am Mon
Author: 'gate80
Subject: Ivy win %
In reply to: Steve 's message, "Re: Football Coaching Complaints" on 10/11/15 8:27:26pm Sun

>And so you can claim that 80% of Ivy games should be
>Not sure how you can expect or claim that without any
>context. But that's your choice.

Here's some historical context. Biddle in 18 years won 80% of games against Ivy opponents. Dunlap in 12 years won 74% of games against Ivy teams (and half of those years Ivy teams were Div I/IA and much stronger than today).

Of course there are some very good Ivy teams some years, and expectations against these teams must be adjusted, but winning 50% of Ivy games in the scholarship era would be disappointing. Agree it's time to move on and beat Georgetown.

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