Cornell—Yale game suspended after in-game power outage

Sunday February 5th, 2017

How many Ivy Leaguers does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

A blackout in the arena — during the first two minutes of the game — led to the suspension of Saturday’s Cornell–Yale tilt.

Two minutes into the game, Cornell’s gym lost power. The game had been delayed two hours due to a local power outage.

The game will pick back up on Sunday, with Yale leading 2–0 with 18:37 left in the first half.

Move over, Super Bowl.

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