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  Jameson Wang threw two touchdown passes to Matt Robbert, ran for another, and Cornell edged Brown 24-21 on Saturday after the Big Red came up with a fumble recovery in the final minute. Brown (2-4, 0-3 Ivy League) reached the Cornell 1-yard line with 42 seconds left. But the Bears were dropped for a 3-yard loss then retreated to the 9 after a penalty. Max Lundeen stripped the ball from Jake Willcox and Brendan Chestnut recovered for Cornell (4-2, 1-2). Cornell is off to its best start through six games since 2007.

Wang ran 3 yards for a 7-0 lead in the first quarter and the Big Red led the rest of the way. His 11-yard pass to Robbert in the final minute of the first half was good for a 17-7 lead. Wang's 55-yard scoring toss to Robbert gave Cornell a 10-point lead early in the fourth quarter. The Bears cut the margin 24-21 after Willcox's 25-yard pass to Solomon Miller with eight minutes to go. Eddy Tillman rushed for 130 yards to Cornell. - Cornell/AP College Football


Jr/2025 QB Jameson WangCornell
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  Connor Henderson's 31-yard interception return for a touchdown helped lift Cornell to a 19-15 victory over Lehigh Saturday, earning the Big Red a 3-0 non-conference record in a season for the first time since 2007 and fifth time in program history. Cornell stopped the Mountain Hawks on six of their seven trips to the red zone and came up with a big stop on fourth down in the final minute of the game on pass break-ups by Brody Kidwell and Anthony Chideme-Alfaro.

Dylan Van Dusen kicked three first-half field goals, the longest from 26-yards out, and Gaige Garcia scored on a 13-yard run just before intermission to stake Lehigh to a 15-10 lead after a half, but Cornell (3-2) took the lead when Henderson picked off a Dante Perri pass and returned it for the touchdown to take a 16-15 lead. Jackson Kennedy kicked a 41-yard fourth-quarter field goal to set the final margin. Garcia finished with 162 yards on 25 carries to lead Lehigh (1-6) and Perri threw for 184 yards, completing 19 of 35 attempts. Jameson Wong completed 18 of 30 attempts for 202 yards passing to lead the Big Red while seven backs gained a collective 155 yards on 28 carries. - AP College Football


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  OCT 3 IVY LEAGUE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jameson Wang, Cornell (So., QB - El Segundo, Calif.),...Accounted for three touchdowns - two rushing and one passing - and led the game-winning drive over Central New York foe Colgate...Was 18-for-27 passing for 284 yards and added 98 yards on the ground on 15 attempts. - Ivy League Football

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  OCT 3 IVY LEAGUE SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jackson Kennedy, Cornell (So., K - Aldie, Va.),...Drilled the game-winning 45-yard field goal with under two minutes remaining, as part of a 2-for-2 day...Was 4-for-4 on PAT attempt and had three touchbacks on kickoffs. - Ivy League Football

Sr/2024 K Jackson KennedyCornell
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  OCT 3 STATS FCS NATIONAL SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jackson Kennedy, Cornell, PK, Jr., 5-11, 179, Aldie, Virginia,...Kennedy's first two career field goal attempts proved huge as Cornell won 34-31 at non-league rival Colgate in their 103rd all-time meeting. His 43-yarder in the third quarter deadlocked the game at 24, and a 45-yarder with 1:55 to play broke a 31-31 tie. He didn't miss a kick, also converting four extra points while scoring 10 points. Honorable Mention: Cameron Burt, P, Columbia; Ethan Chang, PK, William & Mary; Damashja Harris, KR, Lamar; Tyler Larco, PK/P, UT Martin; Sean Lehane, P, New Hampshire; Jihad McCall, ST, Morehead State; Kaleb Mosley, P, Tennessee State; Karon Prunty, DB, North Carolina A&T; Patrick Rohrbach, P, Montana; Kam Thomas, WR/PR, Austin Peay. - Stats FCS Football

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  Jameson Wang passed for a touchdown and rushed for two more, and Jackson Kennedy made a 45-yard field goal with 1:55 left to help Cornell edge Colgate 34-31 on Saturday for the program's 650th victory. Kennedy also made a 43-yarder for a 24-22 lead with 4:13 left in the third quarter. Cornell tied it at 31 with 12:52 left in the fourth when Wang capped a nine-play, 75-yard drive with a nine-yard touchdown run. Wang was 18-of-27 passing for 284 yards with one interception for Cornell (2-1), which is guaranteed a winning non-conference slate for the first time since 2016. Thomas Glover made seven catches for 160 yards and a touchdown. Michael Brescia completed 19 of 40 for 195 yards with an interception for Colgate (1-4). He also rushed it 11 times for 83 yards and a TD. Jaedon Henry added 80 yards rushing and a score. - AP College Football

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  2022 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT IVY LEAGUE SECOND TEAM: Jameson Wang, Cornell, Soph.,...At quarterback, Wang became the second freshman to lead Cornell in rushing (Luke Hagy) with his 349 yards and four touchdowns (5.5 yards per carry). Wang ranked seventh in the league in total offense in league games only and completed 26-of-40 passes for 304 yards and four touchdowns with four interceptions. Wang was named Ivy League Rookie of the Week after becoming the first Cornell freshman to throw and run for a touchdown in the same game in the win over Colgate. - Cornell Football

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  2022 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT IVY LEAGUE SECOND TEAM: Javonni Cunningham, Cornell, Sr.,...As a kick returner, Cunningham averaged 21.9 yards per return on 23 attempts in 10 contests. He brought back three kickoffs for 111 yards (37.0 yards per return) at Bucknell and averaged 23.0 yards on four kickoffs, including a season-long 49 yard return, against Brown. As a wide receiver, Cunningham posted seven catches for 19 yards. - Cornell Football

Sr/2023 WR Javonni CunninghamCornell
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  08/08/22 - Joe KellySr/2023, Cornell + More +

  2022 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT IVY LEAGUE SECOND TEAM: Joe Kelly, Cornell, Sr.,...Kelly started all 10 games on the offensive line in 2021, including eight at right guard and two at left guard. He was a key part of an offensive line that led the Ivy League and ranked fifth nationally with 0.9 sacks allowed per game - three fewer than any other Ivy school allowed. - Cornell Football

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  2022 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT IVY LEAGUE FIRST TEAM: Jake Stebbins, Cornell, Sr.,...Stebbins is also a returning first-team pick after leading the Ivy League in total tackles (95) and ranking in the top 25 nationally while adding team highs of 10.0 tackles for loss and 3.0 sacks. He was credited with 16 more tackles than any Ivy player in league games only, with his 10.1 tackles nearly a full stop ahead of No. 2 (9.2). In four games against nationally ranked teams, Stebbins posted 35 tackles with 7.5 for a loss, 3.0 sacks, a forced fumble, three quarterback hurries and two pass breakups. - Cornell Football

rSr/2024 ILB Jake StebbinsCornell
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  2022 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT IVY LEAGUE FIRST TEAM: Thomas Glover, Cornell, Sr.,...Glover earned first-team All-Ivy League honors at receiver in 2021 and returns for a fifth year. The converted running back excelled in his first season at the position, catching 55 passes for 767 yards and four touchdowns to go along with a pair of two-point conversions. Glover paced the Ivy League in receiving yards, was fourth in receptions and stood fifth in receiving touchdowns. - Cornell Football

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  2021 SECOND TEAM ALL-IVY LEAGUE (COACHES): Michael Irons, Cornell (Sr., CB - McGregor, Texas),...Irons starred for a defense that ranked fifth in the Ivy League and top 50 nationally, allowing 212.6 passing yards per game. He closed his Cornell career with 31 tackles with 2.5 for a loss, a sack, nine pass breakups and a quarterback hurry while starting nine games. A full 26 of his 31 tackles were solo stops. Irons made four pass breakups, one off a single-game school record, in the win over Colgate. He registered five tackles, including a half-tackle for loss, and broke up a pass at Yale, then was credited with five tackles with two stops for a loss and his first career sack, along with a pass breakup, at No. 22 Harvard. - Cornell Football

rSr/2023 CB Michael IronsCornell
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  2021 SECOND TEAM ALL-IVY LEAGUE (COACHES): Lance Blass, Cornell (5th, LB - Mountaintop, Pa.),...The team's first solo captain since 1973, Blass ranked second on the team with 55 tackles along with 7.5 for a loss, a half-sack, an interception and three quarterback hurries. He was credited with nine tackles with one for a loss and a quarterback hurry at Yale and eight stops in the win over Colgate. He posted four tackles and a quarterback hurry on a play that was intercepted against Brown and intercepted a pass himself in his final collegiate game against Columbia.Blass closed his career with 137 tackles with 13.0 for a loss, 2.5 sacks and a pair of interceptions in 30 games played. - Cornell Football

rSr/2022 ILB Lance BlassCornell
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  2021 FIRST TEAM ALL-IVY LEAGUE (COACHES): Jake Stebbins, Cornell (Jr., LB - Cranberry Township, Pa.),...Stebbins led the Ivy League in total tackles (95) and ranked in the top 25 nationally while adding team highs of 10.0 tackles for loss and 3.0 sacks. He was credited with 16 more tackles than any Ivy player in conference games, with his 10.1 tackles nearly a full stop ahead of No. 2 (9.2). His 8.5 tackles for loss in conference games ranked third overall. Stebbins added three pass breakups, a forced fumble and five quarterback hurries. In four games against nationally ranked teams, the junior posted 35 tackles with 7.5 for a loss, 3.0 sacks, a forced fumble, three quarterback hurries and two pass breakups. Stebbins recorded a career-high 13 tackles with 3.0 TFL, 2.0 sacks, a FF and hurry against Princeton and also had double figure tackles against Bucknell (12), Brown (12) and Penn (12). Stebbins, like Nourzad, was elevated to the first team after a second-team nod in 2019. - Cornell Football

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  02/28/22 - Logan ThutrSr/2022, Cornell + More +

  2021 ALL-IVY LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Logan Thut, Cornell (5th, S - Mantua, Ohio),...Thut also earned his first All-Ivy nod after tying for third on the team with 45 tackles, adding an interception returned for a touchdown, four pass breakups and a fumble recovery. Thut was credited with seven tackles against both No. 22 VMI and defending Ivy champion Yale to open the season and recovered a fumble at Harvard. His first career interception was returned 82 yards for a touchdown in the win over Colgate. He also made seven stops vs. Brown and broke up passes against Penn and Columbia. - Cornell Football

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