The Cornell football team expects big things from wide receiver Shane Savage in 2010.
Those creepy old people milling around Collegetown can only mean one thing: HEROIC Homecoming weekend.
The Red's offensive and defensive lines will have a new look in 2010.
A reflection on football team depth.
Brad Greenway, a senior kicker, looks to further performance this year.
For the third time in four years, senior Anthony Ambrosi will be switching positions in an effort to help out the team.
The Red faces an important matchup with Ivy League foe Yale during the annual Homecoming game.
Freshman safety Brian Gee has entered unchartered territory after taking hold of the starting job in his first year on campus.
The Cornell football team opened the season in disappointing fashion on Saturday, struggling on both ends of the ball in a 41-7 defeat at the hands of Wagner.
The Cornell football team will play its first game under new head coach Kent Austin tomorrow at 1 p.m. in Staten Island, N.Y., against Wagner.