Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Cornell at Brown Featured on CollegeHoopsNet

CollegeHoopsNet.com makes reference to Cornell's February 1st game at Brown . CHN writes af follows:

With February right around the corner, the stretch drive is officially here in college basketball. Some conferences are at the mid-point in league play, meaning it’s time for teams to start making moves with an eye towards the NCAA Tournament. This week is filled with important conference clashes that could make the difference between whether a team is “in” or “on the bubble” come March, as well as important contests that will have a huge impact at the top of the league standings. That “Last Ten Games” category on teams’ NCAA Tournament profiles? It starts now...

Cornell at Brown: Although league play in the Ivy is just starting, these two teams look like the potential early favorites. Cornell is 2-0 in the conference, with both wins strangely coming over Columbia. Brown lost to Yale on the road in overtime, before beating them at home.
Get all the information you need about Cornell's roadtrips to Brown (2.1.08) and Yale (2.2.08) with The Cornell Basketball Blog's Game Preview Center. As the Brown/Yale games approach, we will be adding relevant articles and stories. Let us know your thoughts on the upcoming games in New England by either leaving a comment to this post, sending us an email (CornellBigRedFan@gmail.com), or leaving a note on the message board at FanNation.com. Go Big Red!

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