Just as Joe Lunardi sort of predicted, Cornell wound up with a No. 12 seed in the East Region of the men’s basketball NCAA Tournament. The Ivy champs (27-4 overall, 13-1 Ivy League) will face No. 17 Temple (29-5, 14-2 Atlantic 10), the fifth seed, in Jacksonville on Friday. For the third year in a row, Cornell is repping the Ancient Eight. The last time an Ivy wound up winning a first-round game, though? 1998, when Princeton made it all the way to the second round. Still, the Big Red have a better chance of winning than any local team—since URI is heading to the National Invitation Tournament. At least Brown might kinda make some money out of this.