Ivy League Football: Week 9 Conference Recaps and Results
Week 9 produced an absolute shocker. Harvard has finally lost its grip on the Ivy League title and Penn looks poised to capitalize on that. Columbia shocked Cornell, as Jeff Mathews's season has quickly become one he just might want to forget.
Here are the Week 9 conference recaps and results.
Penn 30 (5-4, 5-1), Harvard 21 (7-2, 4-2)
Penn continues to ride out its dark-horse campaign in the Ivy League. Billy Ragone led the way for the Quakers, passing for two touchdowns and rushing for another in a game that Penn took control of from the very beginning and never looked back. The Penn defense drastically limited the prominent rushing game of the Crimson, especially that of quarterback Colton Chapple, who had a difficult time generating any offense for the defending conference champions.
Princeton 29 (5-4, 4-2), Yale 7 (2-7, 1-5)
Without Tyler Varga in the lineup, Yale was definitely limited offensively in this game. And it showed. The Bulldogs jumped to an early 7-0 lead and seemed primed to give the opposing Tigers a run for their money, but the attack never game.
Princeton corner Trocon Davis intercepted the ball on the Tiger goal line and returned the ball 100 yards for a touchdown, leading the way for a solid defensive game for Princeton.
Columbia 34 (3-6, 2-4), Cornell 17 (4-5, 2-4)
All Columbia needed was 27 unanswered points to win this game. Despite throwing three interceptions, Lion quarterback Sean Brackett led the way with three touchdown passes, while running back Marcorus Garrett picked up 187 yards on 25 carries, capping his day off with an 86-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.
Cornell and Jeff Mathews only managed 150 yards in the passing game in a poor offensive performance.
Brown 28 (6-3, 3-3), Dartmouth 24 (5-4, 3-3)
Patrick Donnelly had a performance to remember for the Bears. Passing for two touchdowns and 233 yards, he also rushed for two scores, ending a fourth-quarter rally with an 18-yard touchdown pass to receiver Jonah Fay with under two minutes to go. The Big Green were led by a two-touchdown performance by running back Dominick Pierre, but they saw their lead slip away from them toward the end.
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