- see September 1 post

Hmmmm.... yet another reason why the Ivies should have 11 games.

Just imagine... the particular opponent an Ivy League team plays has their third or fourth game. Note that in the past, the League used to let the teams play each other in the first game of the season. Until the early 1970's the Ivies prevailed, however, ever since, the opponents in the playoff conferences (A-10/CAA and Patriot) have won most of the time (exceptions: Holy Cross).

What's your take? I only discovered this now.