Ivy League Football: Previewing the Matchups of Week 10
The final week of conference play offers some quite the intriguing matchups with the Ivy League title on the line. With traditional rivalries like "The Game" being played, this has the making of one exciting end to the college football season for the Ancient Eight.
Here are the Week 10 matchup previews.
Yale (2-7, 1-5) vs. Harvard (7-2, 4-2), Saturday 12:00 ET
"The Game." The ancient rivalry will unfold at Harvard this season as the Crimson hope to salvage what looked like a championship season by crushing their rivals, a significantly weakened Yale squad. The Bulldogs have struggled all season, but a win at Harvard could put the whole unfortunate effort behind them. This has the making of another great chapter to a long history between the two schools.
Penn (5-4, 5-1) vs. Cornell (4-5, 2-4), Saturday 12:30 ET
Penn has the Ivy League title on the line when the squad travels north to take on an unpredictable Big Red squad. If Jeff Mathews intends to end his season on a high note, the Quaker defense will have quite the challenge in front of it. Cornell will be looking to end the season at the very least at .500 and if they are firing on all cylinders, this will be quite an exciting game.
Columbia (3-6, 2-4) vs. Brown (6-3, 3-3), Saturday 12:30 ET
Brown has been on an absolute tear as of late, which is a reflection of the strength of this Bears squad. Last season, Columbia earned its only conference win over Brown in the final game of the season after the Bears had a colossal crash and burn when second place in the conference seemed like such a certain reality. This year, Brown will be playing for just its fourth conference win, but they will be hungry in front of their home crowd.
Dartmouth (5-4, 3-3) vs. Princeton (5-4, 4-2), Saturday 1:00 ET
Princeton had its sights on an Ivy League title earlier this season and saw their championship hopes disappear as quickly as they had arrived. The Tigers will have to hope for a Cornell victory in order to give themselves a shot at a share of the title. And that means no slip-ups against a Dartmouth squad that feels like it has a lot to prove at the end of the season.
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