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Bears hungry for win in final home game

Nine games into the season, the Bears have won awards, suffered injuries, practiced in rain and snow, dished out revenge and tasted some, gone scoreless in front of unfriendly crowds and triumphed for fans at home. A lot has happened. There has been one drive behind it all - the same drive that will ...

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Bears gear up for fight against Dartmouth

Some things get easier with time. The football season is not one of them. Injuries and fatigue settle in, the temperature falls, and most teams' hopes of a championship whittle down to near inexistence. Wednesday evening found the Bears practicing in wind and snow, laboring under the cold brilliance ...

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Bears seek to improve Ivy record in Bulldogs game

Bruno's chances at the Ivy League championship slipped away when Penn split the uprights in the final seconds of last weekend's disappointing 20-17 away loss. But almost a third of the schedule is in front of the Bears (4-3, 1-3 Ivy), who will battle Yale (2-5, 1-3) Saturday at Brown Stadium for pride ...

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Bears to take on formidable Princeton team this weekend

The football team will return to conference play Saturday at Princeton, looking to defeat a Tigers team that has crushed its last two opponents. Bruno (3-1, 0-1 Ivy) comes into this week having topped its last two foes. But last Saturday's victory over the University of Rhode Island, which kept the ...

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Governor's Cup to stay in Bears' trophy case

Bruno kept control of the Governor's Cup with a 17-7 victory over the University of Rhode Island in Kingston Saturday. Fullback Cody Taulbee '14 ran for two touchdowns, the first pair of his collegiate career, and kicker Alexander Norocea '14 put away a 41-yard field goal in the fourth quarter to give ...

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Brown-Harvard game to rouse fans Saturday

For fans of Brown football, the Harvard game is something different. Hosting the Crimson means a thunderous Brown Stadium with filled bleachers, national television cameras, tailgates, rowdy student sections, banks of lights - and often, a tough fight for a pair of Ivy adversaries competing for the ...

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Bruno to kick off season against Crusaders in Worcester

The football team will travel to Worcester, Mass. tomorrow to kick off its season against a College of the Holy Cross squad that may still be reeling from its heartbreaking 20-13 loss at Brown Stadium last season. Bruno conquered the Crusaders last October with a 99-yard touchdown drive in the fourth ...

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