Cornell football on WHCU

Cornell football on WHCU

Listen to all the exciting action of Cornell football all season long on News Talk WHCU.

Join the voice of the Big Red, Barry Leonard, and Buck Briggs each weekend as Cornell takes on Ivy and Patriot League foes.

Head Coach and former Cornell lineman David Archer enters his first season as the coach of the Big Red. He’s the youngest coach in all of Division I.

Senior Quarterback Jeff Mathews is the first three-time captain in Cornell football’s history. He’s rated as one of the top quarterbacks in the nation, and is drawing plenty of attention from NFL scouts.

Your home for Big Red sports is 870 AM, 95.9 FM, News Talk WHCU.

 

*Pre-game begins 30 minutes before each game*

9/21     Bucknell          3 p.m.
9/28     @ Yale            12 p.m.
10/5     Colgate            12:30 p.m.
10/12   Harvard           12:30 p.m.
10/19   @ Monmouth  1 p.m.
10/26   Brown             12:30 p.m.
11/2     @ Princeton    1 p.m.
11/9     @ Dartmouth  4 p.m.
11/16   Columbia         12:30 p.m.
11/23   @Pennsylvania 1 p.m.

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