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Football belittles Big Red, now 3-0 in Ivies

Two touchdown passes from Joe Springer '11 to Alex Tounkara '11 propelled the football team (4-2, 3-0 Ivy League) to a 27-14 conference victory over Cornell (1-5, 0-3) on Saturday. The win ties Bruno for first place atop the Ivy standings with No. 20 Penn, whom Brown will battle next week in Philadelphia ...


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Football prepares for Ivy showdown with Cornell

After three weeks on the road, the football team will return home to face the Cornell Big Red. Bruno (3-2, 2-0 Ivy League) will look to extend its perfect record in league play while the Big Red (1-4, 0-2) enter the game seeking their first conference win.


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Football still undefeated in Ivy League

Bruno traveled to Princeton this weekend to take on the Tigers in another key conference matchup. Despite falling behind in the first half by a score of 13-0, the Bears prevailed 17-13. While happy to escape with a win, the Bears were disappointed in their play — especially in the first half.


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Football to face Tigers in pivotal Ivy matchup

Coming off two tough losses to the University of Rhode Island and Holy Cross, the football team (2-2, 1-0 Ivy League) will look to rebound this Saturday, when it returns to conference play against Princeton (1-3, 0-1 Ivy). It will be the team's second game after losing starting quarterback Kyle Newhall-Caballero ...


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Football hoping for win against Holy Cross

Coming off a tough overtime loss at the University of Rhode Island last weekend, the football team will seek to rebound on the road against Holy Cross. While the Crusaders lost Dominic Randolph, the 2009 Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year, to graduation, they still boast an offense capable ...


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Squad hopes to stay undefeated, grab Governor's Cup

Fresh off last week's historic 29-14 victory over Harvard, the football team (2-0, 1-0 Ivy League) will hit the road Saturday for the first time this year as they travel to Kingston to battle the University of Rhode Island (1-2, 1-0) for the Governor's Cup.


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Historic football clash set for Brown Stadium tomorrow

At 6 p.m. Saturday, the sun will start to set over Providence, but historic Brown Stadium will be lighting up. For the first time, the Bears will host a night game at its 85-year-old stadium, as they take on Harvard in a crucial Ivy League matchup. Temporary lights have been installed for the special ...


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Tronti '11 gets it done for the Bears

Last year, running back Zachary Tronti '11 suffered from a serious season-ending injury. But after the Bears won their first game of the season against Stony Brook, Tronti and the Bears look to be in good shape for the rest of the season.


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Star college quarterback, R.I. native joins football staff

When the 2010 football season rolls around, All-Ivy quarterback Kyle Newhall-Caballero '11 will be under the tutelage of a coach who has had his own share of success in Rhode Island football. Liam Coen — a native of Warwick, R.I., and a former star high school player at La Salle Academy in Providence ...


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Sewall '10 undergoes months of training for NFL contract

The first Monday after New Years Day, Bobby Sewall '10 walked into Mike Boyle's strength and conditioning gym for his first day of high-intensity training for the NFL. The top football talents in New England came in with him — from Boston College, the University of Massachusetts, the University ...


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Walk-on Howard '09.5 takes unlikely path

David Howard '09.5 slept zero hours the night before day three of the NFL draft. He didn't yet know the Tennessee Titans would select him in the seventh round. He didn't know which NFL city, if any, would be his next home. He didn't know if the last four months of high-intensity training — after ...


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NFL's Titans draft Howard '09.5, sign Sewall '10

Defensive end David Howard '09.5 and wide receiver Bobby Sewall '10 aren't done playing football together. The Tennessee Titans drafted Howard as the 241st overall pick in the seventh round of the NFL Draft as they were on the phone with Sewall, working out a free-agent contract. The two Brown standouts ...





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