On the Vine – Jan. 26, 2017

The panel looks back at last weekend’s intriguing league finishes (Cornell-Columbia, Yale-Brown), talks expectations for Harvard and Dartmouth, compares this season’s Ivy freshman standouts and previews this weekend’s matchups. Peter Andrews and Mike Tony are joined by IHO writers George Clark and Robert Crawford, along with special guest John Templon of NYC Buckets.

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  1. Very good episode, although it’s not the same without George’s dog taking a big drink of water during the show.

    When talking about first-year players, there are a number of solid ones who have not gotten as much attention as the ones that have been mentioned the last few weeks (Oni, Brunner, Brodeur, Smith, Barry).

    Brown’s Josh Howard and Brandon Anderson are both getting major minutes. Anderson has started all 19 games, is averaging 8.1 points a game and took it to Penn for 21 points. Howard has started 16 of 19 games and is averaging 9.3 points and 3.9 boards a game.

    Cornell’s Josh Warren has been given a larger amount of playing time due to the injuries, illnesses and defections from the team’s front court. He is the first forward off the bench and is averaging 4.6 boards a game. Hiw 10.6 offensive rebounds are 10th in the league.

    Penn Ryan Betley may be the team’s answer to its three point shooting woes. He’s only played in 6 games, due to injuries, but has started 4 of them. His playing 24.5 minutes a game, averaging 8.7 points and shooting 42% from three.


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