Ithaca College students watched the annual Cortaca Jug during a sensory room viewing party . Nov. 16 in Klingenstein Lounge hosted by DEAR@IC.
In this week’s episode of “How IC Sports,” hosts Cal Dymowski and Kaitlin Maniscalo are joined by junior linebacker Nick Garone to talk about this year’s Cortaca Jug, his reaction to the game being held at MetLife Stadium next year, his dyed hair and a possible surprise he has in store for his senior year.
The Eco-Reps, a student environmental sustainability organization, have been sorting compost, trash and recycling at all of the home football games this year.
Don’t forfeit doing what is right in order to prevent making a fool out of yourself or the fear of inserting yourself into things that aren’t any of your business.
“It was really fun to go through my camera roll and look back on the past two years, and reflect on all the cool things I’ve done in Ithaca so far.”
The football team looks beyond its sixth consecutive Cortaca jug loss and aims for a win this season to honor head coach Mike Welch’s last season.