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Cornell–Penn football rivalry

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Cornell–Penn football rivalry
SportFootball
First meetingNovember 18, 1893
Penn 50, Cornell 0
Latest meetingNovember 2, 2018
Penn 20, Cornell 7
Next meetingNovember 9, 2019
TrophyTrustees' Cup
Statistics
Meetings total125
All-time seriesPenn leads, 74–46–5
Largest victoryPenn, 59–6 (1945)
Longest win streakPenn, 8 (1893–1900, 1940–1947)
Current win streakPenn, 5 (2014–present)
Cornell–Penn football rivalry is located in USA Northeast
Cornell
Cornell
Penn
Penn
Locations of Cornell and Penn
Cornell–Penn football program, November 1922
Cornell–Penn football program, November 1922
1972 Cornell-Penn game at Schoellkopf Field
1972 Cornell-Penn game at Schoellkopf Field

The Cornell–Penn football rivalry is an American college football rivalry between the Cornell Big Red and Penn Quakers.[1][2][3] Traditionally, the game was played on Thanksgiving Day in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,[1] but now alternates between Philadelphia and Ithaca, New York. The game was often played as the last game of the regular season for both teams. Beginning in 2018, Cornell will face Columbia in the last game of the regular season, while Penn will face Princeton in the last game of the regular season. In the 125 meetings since 1893 (interrupted only in 1918), Penn leads the series 74–46–5, with Penn forfeiting the game in 1997 (because of the participation of an academically ineligible player).[4][5]

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Attendance

The Thanksgiving Cornell–Penn football game, broadcast on national radio before the television era, attracted huge crowds to Franklin Field in Philadelphia.[1] The 1931 game attracted a reported 70,000, and earned a story on the front page of the Philadelphia Inquirer along with a quarter-by-quarter breakdown of every detail of the game.[6] The 1947 game attracted a crowd estimated at "about 80,000".[7] The 1959 game attracted 23,661.[7] By 1965 attendance was down to 10,543, and the Thanksgiving tradition was ended and a standard home-and-away schedule was instituted.[7]

Played in Philadelphia for 69 consecutive meetings from 1894 through 1963 before alternating between Philadelphia and Ithaca, Cornell–Penn is the fifth-most played college football rivalry as of 2017.[8] Dedicated in 1995, the Trustees' Cup has since been awarded annually to the winner of the Cornell–Penn game. Penn has won the Trustees' Cup 17 times to Cornell's 7.[9]

Game results

Cornell victoriesPenn victoriesTie gamesForfeits
No.DateLocationWinnerScore
1 November 18, 1893 Manheim, PA Penn 50–0
2 November 22, 1894 Philadelphia, PA Penn 6–0
3 November 28, 1895 Philadelphia, PA Penn 46–2
4 November 26, 1896 Philadelphia, PA Penn 32–10
5 November 25, 1897 Philadelphia, PA Penn 4–0
6 November 25, 1898 Philadelphia, PA Penn 12–6
7 November 30, 1899 Philadelphia, PA Penn 29–0
8 November 29, 1900 Philadelphia, PA Penn 27–0
9 November 28, 1901 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 23–6
10 November 27, 1902 Philadelphia, PA Penn 12–11
11 November 26, 1903 Philadelphia, PA Penn 42–0
12 November 24, 1904 Philadelphia, PA Penn 34–0
13 November 30, 1905 Philadelphia, PA Penn 6–5
14 November 29, 1906 Philadelphia, PA Tie0–0
15 November 28, 1907 Philadelphia, PA Penn 12–4
16 November 26, 1908 Philadelphia, PA Penn 17–4
17 November 25, 1909 Philadelphia, PA Penn 17–6
18 November 24, 1910 Philadelphia, PA Penn 12–6
19 November 30, 1911 Philadelphia, PA Penn 21–9
20 November 28, 1912 Philadelphia, PA Penn 7–2
21 November 27, 1913 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 21–0
22 November 26, 1914 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 24–12
23 November 25, 1915 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 24–9
24 November 30, 1916 Philadelphia, PA Penn 23–3
25 November 29, 1917 Philadelphia, PA Penn 37–0
26 November 27, 1919 Philadelphia, PA Penn 24–0
27 November 25, 1920 Philadelphia, PA Penn 28–0
28 November 24, 1921 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 41–0
29 November 30, 1922 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 9–0
30 November 29, 1923 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 14–7
31 November 27, 1924 Philadelphia, PA Penn 20–0
32 November 26, 1925 Philadelphia, PA Penn 7–0
33 November 25, 1926 Philadelphia, PA Tie10–10
34 November 24, 1927 Philadelphia, PA Penn 35–0
35 November 29, 1928 Philadelphia, PA Penn 49–0
36 November 28, 1929 Philadelphia, PA Penn 17–7
37 November 27, 1930 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 13–7
38 November 26, 1931 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 7–0
39 November 24, 1932 Philadelphia, PA Penn 13–7
40 November 30, 1933 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 20–12
41 November 29, 1934 Philadelphia, PA Penn 23–13
42 November 28, 1935 Philadelphia, PA Penn 33–7
43 November 26, 1936 Philadelphia, PA Penn 14–6
44 November 25, 1937 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 34–20
45 November 24, 1938 Philadelphia, PA Tie0–0
46 November 25, 1939 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 26–0
47 November 23, 1940 Philadelphia, PA Penn 22–20
48 November 22, 1941 Philadelphia, PA Penn 16–0
49 November 26, 1942 Philadelphia, PA Penn 34–7
50 November 25, 1943 Philadelphia, PA Penn 20–14
51 November 25, 1944 Philadelphia, PA Penn 20–0
52 November 24, 1945 Philadelphia, PA Penn 59–6
53 November 28, 1946 Philadelphia, PA Penn 26–20
54 November 27, 1947 Philadelphia, PA Penn 21–0
55 November 25, 1948 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 23–14
56 November 24, 1949 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 29–21
57 November 25, 1950 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 13–6
58 November 24, 1951 Philadelphia, PA Penn 7–0
59 November 27, 1952 Philadelphia, PA Penn 14–7
60 November 26, 1953 Philadelphia, PA Tie7–7
61 November 25, 1954 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 20–6
62 November 24, 1955 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 39–7
63 November 22, 1956 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 20–7
64 November 28, 1957 Philadelphia, PA Penn 14–6
No.DateLocationWinnerScore
65 November 27, 1958 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 19–7
66 November 26, 1959 Philadelphia, PA Penn 28–13
67 November 24, 1960 Philadelphia, PA Penn 18–7
68 November 25, 1961 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 31–0
69 November 24, 1962 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 29–22
70 November 28, 1963 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 17–8
71 October 10, 1964 Ithaca, NY Cornell 33–0
72 November 25, 1965 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 38–14
73 October 8, 1966 Ithaca, NY Cornell 45–28
74 November 25, 1967 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 33–14
75 October 12, 1968 Ithaca, NY Penn 10–8
76 November 22, 1969 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 28–14
77 October 10, 1970 Ithaca, NY Cornell 32–31
78 November 20, 1971 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 41–13
79 October 14, 1972 Ithaca, NY Cornell 24–20
80 November 24, 1973 Philadelphia, PA Penn 31–22
81 October 12, 1974 Ithaca, NY Tie28–28
82 November 22, 1975 Philadelphia, PA Penn 27–21
83 November 13, 1976 Ithaca, NY Cornell 31–13
84 September 17, 1977 Philadelphia, PA Penn 17–7
85 November 18, 1978 Ithaca, NY Cornell 35–17
86 September 22, 1979 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 52–13
87 November 22, 1980 Ithaca, NY Cornell 31–9
88 September 19, 1981 Philadelphia, PA Penn 29–22
89 November 20, 1982 Ithaca, NY Cornell 23–0
90 September 17, 1983 Philadelphia, PA Penn 28–7
91 November 17, 1984 Ithaca, NY Penn 24–0
92 September 21, 1985 Philadelphia, PA Penn 10–6
93 November 22, 1986 Ithaca, NY Penn 31–21
94 September 19, 1987 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 17–13
95 November 19, 1988 Ithaca, NY Cornell 19–6
96 November 23, 1989 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 20–6
97 November 17, 1990 Ithaca, NY Cornell 21–15
98 November 23, 1991 Philadelphia, PA Penn 14–13
99 November 21, 1992 Ithaca, NY Penn 14–7
100 November 20, 1993 Philadelphia, PA Penn 17–14
101 November 19, 1994 Ithaca, NY Penn 18–14
102 November 28, 1995 Philadelphia, PA Penn 37–18
103 November 23, 1996 Ithaca, NY Cornell 24–21
104 November 22, 1997* Philadelphia, PA Penn 33–20
105 November 21, 1998 Ithaca, NY Penn 35–21
106 November 20, 1999 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 20–12
107 November 18, 2000 Ithaca, NY Penn 45–15
108 November 17, 2001 Philadelphia, PA Penn 38–14
109 November 23, 2002 Ithaca, NY Penn 31–0
110 November 22, 2003 Philadelphia, PA Penn 59–7
111 November 20, 2004 Ithaca, NY Penn 20–14
112 November 19, 2005 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 16–7
113 November 18, 2006 Ithaca, NY Cornell 28–27
114 November 17, 2007 Philadelphia, PA Penn 45–9
115 November 22, 2008 Ithaca, NY Penn 23–6
116 November 21, 2009 Philadelphia, PA Penn 34–0
117 November 20, 2010 Ithaca, NY Penn 31–7
118 November 19, 2011 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 48–38
119 November 17, 2012 Ithaca, NY Penn 35–28
120 November 23, 2013 Philadelphia, PA Cornell 42–41
121 November 22, 2014 Ithaca, NY Penn 34–26
122 November 21, 2015 Philadelphia, PA Penn 34–21
123 November 19, 2016 Ithaca, NY Penn 42–20
124 November 18, 2017 Philadelphia, PA Penn 29–22
125 November 2, 2018 Ithaca, NY Penn 20–7
Series: Penn leads 74–46–5
Source:[4]
* Pennsylvania forfeit (1997)

External links

  • "Video: UPenn vs Cornell Football Game, Thanksgiving Day 1915 [no sound]". YouTube. Penn Archives. Retrieved 10 November 2018.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c Fleischman, Bill (1 February 1989). "Quakers Try To Recapture A Tradition Thanksgiving Day Matchup With Cornell Being Revived". The Philadelphia Inquirer. Retrieved 11 May 2016.
  2. ^ "Ancient Feuds Among Eastern Colleges Mark Holiday Grid Program". Reading Eagle. Associated Press. 26 November 1929. Retrieved 11 May 2016.
  3. ^ "Revitalized Penn Upends Cornell, 14-6". The Troy Record. Associated Press. November 29, 1957. p. 16. Fred Duelling and Jack Hanlon, picked holes in the Cornell line yesterday to give Penn's reborn Quakers a 14-6 Ivy League football victory in the 64th meeting of these traditional rivals.
  4. ^ a b "Cornell vs Pennsylvania". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 11 May 2016.
  5. ^ "Marrow ineligibility forces Penn to forfeit games". The Daily Pennsylvanian. 12 January 1998. Retrieved 24 May 2017.
  6. ^ "U. of P. Defeated by Cornell, 7-0, Before 70,000". The Philadelphia Inquirer. 27 November 1931. pp. 1, 22. Retrieved 10 November 2018.
  7. ^ a b c Juliano, Joe (23 November 1989). "Penn-Cornell recalls Thanksgivings of past". The Philadelphia Inquirer. pp. 1-C, 16-C. Retrieved 10 November 2018.
  8. ^ "Penn Football 2012 Fact Book" (PDF). Penn Athletics. Retrieved 11 May 2016.
  9. ^ "Football Out To End Season By Taking Trustees' Cup Home From Penn". Cornell Athletics. Retrieved 11 May 2016.
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