Ivy League Football: Week 4 Conference Recap and Results
While Week 4 provided some terrific surprises in Ivy League conference football, Harvard clearly established its dominance as the team to beat in the conference.
Here are the recap and results for Week 4.
Dartmouth 34 (3-1, 1-1) vs. Yale 14 (1-3, 0-2)
In a game that consisted of 82 carries between the two teams, the Big Green were much more productive on the ground. Dominick Pierre led the way with 19 carries on 91 yards and a touchdown giving the Big Green their first conference victory.
Columbia 14 (1-3, 0-1) vs. Lehigh 35 (6-0, 1-0)
Lehigh led the way throughout the entire game and easily maintained its undefeated season. With a formidable passing attack, the Mountain Hawks ran into no obstacles with Columbia's defense. Mike Colvin passed for 296 yards and four touchdowns, while Marcorus Garret scored a rushing touchdown for the Lions.
Brown 17 (3-1, 0-1) vs. Rhode Island 7 (0-5, 0-2)
Brown claimed the Governor's Cup in its annual game against Rhode Island. In a solid defensive performance, the Bears drastically inhibited the production of the Rams offense. Cody Taulbee put in two rushing touchdowns, and Brown picked up its third win of the season.
Cornell 13 (2-2, 1-1) vs. Harvard 45 (4-0, 2-0)
Is Harvard going to have another undefeated season?
The Crimson wasted no time in declaring their Ivy League dominance. Jeff Matthews experienced his second straight week of strong defensive pressure and threw two costly picks to the Harvard defense. Crimson wide receiver Andrew Berg had 10 catches for 132 yards and three touchdowns in the first half. Harvard now looks towards the rest of its conference competitors with its eyes on the conference title.
William & Mary 34 (2-4, 1-2) vs. Penn 28 (1-3, 1-0)
William & Mary wasted no time in this matchup as Penn, yet again, started slow. The Tribe put up 34 points in the first three quarters, 24 in the first half, and never looked back. The Quakers attempted a fourth-quarter comeback, but it was too little, too late.
Princeton 35 (2-2, 1-0) vs. Lafayette 14 (3-2, 0-1)
Princeton has been revived. With a no-huddle offense, the Tigers amassed an incredible 262 yards on 54 carries and four rushing touchdowns. The Leopards were merely outmatched and could not combat Princeton's expert clock management. The Tigers resume Ivy League play next week and look to give Brown a run for its money.
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