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01-30-22 01:32 PM - Post#334777    
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All the credit in the world to the Bears, who fought back from an 18pt halftime deficit to tie this game at 65 and, again, at 72. Brown's impressive increase in defensive intensity left Cornell flustered and out of kilter every trip up the floor during the last 15min.

Cornell was almost as dreadful in the second half as they were great in the first half.

Yet, in the end, the Big Red wins the rebounding battle and rides 95% FT shooting, plus a huge clutch last-second putback by Kobe Dickson, to a 74-72 W at the Pizz.

In the big picture of this weekend's Ivy action, it is of note that all four road teams took home victories. With attendance limitations still in effect, the on-court results say that, for the moment, the traditional home court advantage does not exist. Let's see what February brings, as the likelihood rises that temporary Covid-19 attendance restrictions will be loosened.
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