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Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes named Pete Rozelle Trophy winner as Super Bowl LIV MVP

Patrick Mahomes Chiefs QB 2017 photo By Jeffrey Beall - Own work, CC BY 4.0, https

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES was voted the winner of the Pete Rozelle Trophy, awarded to the Super Bowl LIV Most Valuable Player.

Mahomes led Kansas City back from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit, tied for the second-largest comeback in Super Bowl history. The Chiefs became the first team to record three comebacks of at least 10 points in a single postseason in NFL history.

This is the 30th time that a quarterback has won the award and at 24 years and 138 days old, Mahomes is the youngest quarterback and third-youngest player to win the Super Bowl MVP award.

The youngest players to win Super Bowl MVP:

Marcus AllenHOF L.A. Raiders XVIII 23 years, 302 days
Lynn SwannHOF Pittsburgh X 23 years, 317 days
Patrick Mahomes Kansas City LIV 24 years, 138 days

Mahomes completed 26 of 42 passes for 286 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions and rushed for 29 yards and a touchdown.

The award is chosen by a panel comprised of 16 media members and by fans interactively through the National Football League’s official website,




Ivy League announces basketball scheduling changes for 1920-21, 1921-22 Seasons

PRINCETON, N.J. – Beginning with the 2020-21 season, the Ivy League men’s and women’s basketball conference slate will take on a new form.

  • Conference season will move from an eight-week to a 10-week schedule.
  • Next season, league play will begin for all 16 teams on Jan. 2, 2021
  • League’s signature back-to-back weekends will be featured three times during conference play
  • The new format continues to prioritize and balance student-athlete time demands
  • Each team will conclude the regular season with a single-game travel partner contest

“Understanding that scheduling is always a challenge with competing interests, this new format accomplishes two of our chief priorities: to create a structure that is fair and equitable over time and continues to minimize the impact on missed class time for our student-athletes,” Ivy League Executive Director Robin Harris said.

“The format decompresses the schedule with two additional weeks of conference play and enables our teams the opportunity to compete at the highest level both in the classroom and on the court.”

The decision follows a year-long process with key constituents throughout the league including coaches, administrators and student-athletes.

The opportunity to reexamine and modify the structure of the schedule coincides with the change in Princeton’s academic calendar with fall semester exams moving from January to December, beginning with the 2020-21 academic year.

In total, the schedule will consist of six one-opponent weekends and three of the league’s signature Friday and Saturday back-to-back weekends. Each team will also have a contest on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

The schedule format has been approved for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 season.

Ivy League basketball schedule structure
Week 1 – one game
Week 2 – two games (back-to-back)
Week 3 – two games (Saturday and MLK Day)
Week 4 – one game
Week 5 – one game
Week 6 – two games (back-to-back)
Week 7 – one game
Week 8 – two games (back-to-back)
Week 9 – one game
Week 10 – one game (vs. travel partner)



Brodeur, Dingle help Penn sweep Ivy League Men’s Basketball Player of the Week honors


Jordan Dingle

AJ Brodeur


PRINCETON, N.J. – In the League’s final non-conference tilt of the 2019-20 season, Penn downed Temple, 66-59, at the Palestra to earn the men’s basketball weekly honors. Senior forward AJ Brodeur was dubbed Ivy League Player of the Year while teammate freshman guard Jordan Dingle earned Rookie of the Week honors.

The League, which finished the non-conference portion of its schedule with a .508 winning-percentage, is once again showcasing its recent and consistent national success ranking 13th (out of 32) in the latest conference RPI. Ivies has registered four wins over Power-5 conferences.

The League’s signature back-to-back schedule gets underway this weekend with teams playing two League opponents in consecutive nights.

AJ Brodeur, Penn (Sr., F – Northborough, Mass.)
19 Pts., 50FG%, 75FT%, 50 3FG%, 14R, 6A, 2B, 2TO vs. Temple (W)

  • Led Penn with 19 points, 14 rebounds, six assists and two blocked shots in Saturday’s Big 5 win over Temple
  • His 14 rebounds tied a season high, originally set against Villanova
  • Ninth double-double this season and his 28th at Penn
  • In four Big 5 games this season, Brodeur scored 80 points (20.0 ppg), grabbed 48 rebounds (12.0 rpg) and dished out 19 assists (4.8 apg).

Jordan Dingle, Penn (Fr., G – Valley Stream, N.Y.)
15 Pts., 46.2 FG%, 50 3FG%, 4R, 1A, 3TO vs. Temple (W)

  • Scored 15 points in Penn’s win over Temple on Saturday
  • 11 of his points came in a 9:47 span of the second half
  • Hit back-to-back treys with just over six minutes remaining to turn a precarious 44-38 lead into a 50-38 advantage
  • For the season, 139 of Dingle’s 191 points (72.8 percent) have come in the second half.

Paul Atkinson, Yale (Jr., F – West Palm Beach, Fla.)
Jimmy Boeheim, Cornell (Jr. F – Fayetteville, N.Y.)
Tamenang Choh, Brown (Jr., F – Lowell, Mass.)
Matthue Cotton, Yale (So., G – Voorhees, N.J.)
Perry Cowan, Brown (Fr., G – Chicago, Ill.)
Keeshawn Kellman, Princeton (Fr., F – Allentown, Pa.)
Noah Kirkwood, Harvard (So., G – Ottawa, Canada)
Bryan Knapp, Cornell (JR., G – Washington, D.C.)
Chris Ledlum, Harvard (Fr., F – Brooklyn, N.Y.)
Mike Smith, Columbia (Sr., G – Burr Ridge, Ill.)
Taurus Samuels, Dartmouth (So., G – Oceanside, Calif.)


Mountain West member, San Diego State stays at #4 in Men’s Basketball National Polls


SAN DIEGO – With a pair of victories over Wyoming and UNLV last week, San Diego State men’s basketball remained the only unbeaten team in Division I and also remained the No. 4 ranked team in this week’s Associated Press Top-25 Poll as well as the USA Today Coaches Poll.

The Aztecs’ No. 4 ranking in the AP Poll continues to be the highest in program history. It is the first time it has been ranked this high for multiple weeks in a season, having been No. 4 for one week in 2010-11. This week also marks the fourth time the team has been No. 4 in the coaches poll, the second time it has done so in a single season (previously on Jan. 24 & Feb. 21, 2011), and the first time it has been achieved in back-to-back weeks.

SDSU is ranked for the eighth consecutive week this season.  After initially appearing in the No. 25 spot in the AP Poll on Dec. 9, the Aztecs climbed to No. 20, No. 15, No. 13, into the top-10 with back-to-back weekly rankings at No. 7 and now back-to-back weeks at No. 4.  The Aztecs 1,408 points are the second most the program has ever garnered, trailing only last week’s 1,422 points, and move San Diego State to within 26 points of No. 3 Kansas.

Today’s poll ranking, released on Jan. 27, marks the third time that SDSU has appeared in the AP Top-25 on this date and matches it’s the highest ranking for the program on this date.

Jan. 27, 2011   No. 4 (NCAA Tournament Sweet-16 appearance w/ Kawhi Leonard)
Jan. 27, 2012   No. 13
Jan. 27, 2014   No. 5 (NCAA Tournament Sweet-16 appearance)

Overall, this marks the 74th week the program has been ranked in the AP Top-25 and all have come since the start of the 2010-11 season.  Those 74 weeks are the 23rd most for any school in the nation in that time frame; ahead of Maryland and Oregon (67 weeks), Indiana (62 weeks) and UCLA (44 weeks).  This week’s No. 4 ranking marks the 25th time the program has appeared in the AP Top-10.

The Aztecs 21-0 start is currently the longest winning streak in the nation and the longest to open a season in program history, passing the 2010-11 team that started 20-0. In addition, the 21-game win streak is also the longest in school history, eclipsing the 2013-14 team’s 20-0 mid-season streak.  Both those teams won Mountain West regular-season championships, the 2010-11 team won the tournament championship, and each reached the Sweet-16 of the NCAA Tournament.

In addition, the latest NET (NCAA Evaluation Tool), which replaced RPI this year as the primary sorting tool for evaluating teams during the Division I men’s basketball season, ranks the Aztecs No. 2 in the nation.  San Diego State has spent the most days at No. 1, 21 in total and 17 in a row from Dec. 22, 2019 to Jan. 7, 2020. NET relies on game results, strength of schedule, game location, scoring margin, net offensive and defensive efficiency, and the quality of wins and losses to create its rankings.


Written by & Courtesy of San Diego State Media Relations and Mountain West Conference

Mountain West Conference Men’s Basketball Players of the Week

Jalen Harris Nevada

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Nevada’s Jalen Harris has been named the Mountain West Men’s Basketball Peak Player of the Week for his contributions on the hardwood in MW games played Jan. 21-26. Harris earns his second MW weekly accolade of 2019-20 and is the second player from Nevada to earn Conference weekly honors this season.

Junior, Guard, Duncanville, Texas/Duncanville HS

  • Helped the Wolf Pack to a pair of victories over UNLV (86-72) and New Mexico (96-74). With the two wins, Nevada moved into a tie for second place in the MW standings.
  • Averaged 23.5 points, 6.5 assists and 5.0 rebounds per game, while shooting 44.1 percent from the field.
  • Against in-state rival UNLV, scored a game-high 28 points after connecting on 3-of-5 from the 3-point line and 9-of-11 from the charity stripe.
  • Recorded 19 points and seven assists against the Lobos.
  • Dished out 13 assists in two games with no turnovers, while playing 34 minutes per game.

2019-20 Mountain West Men’s Basketball Peak Players of the Week
Jan. 27 – Jalen Harris, Jr., G, Nevada
Jan. 20 – Marvin Coleman, So., G, UNLV
Jan. 13 – Yanni Wetzell, Sr., Fr, San Diego State
Jan. 6 – Bryce Hamilton, So., G, UNLV
Dec. 30 – Derrick Alston Jr., Jr., G, Boise State
Dec. 23 – Sam Merrill, Sr., G, Utah State
Dec. 16 – Carlton Bragg Jr., Sr., F, New Mexico
Dec. 9 – Jalen Harris, Jr., G, Nevada/JaQuan Lyle, Sr., G, New Mexico
Dec. 2 – Malachi Flynn, Jr. G, San Diego State
Nov. 25 – Yanni Wetzell, Sr., F, San Diego State
Nov. 18 – JaQuan Lyle, Sr., G, New Mexico
Nov. 11 – Lindsey Drew, Sr., G, Nevada




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