Ivy Leauge Football: Week 10 Conference Recaps and Results
As Ivy League football came to a close, it was quite an explosive weekend. Although Penn secured its Ivy League championship, the rest of the conference had quite the eventful matchups that proved quite entertaining for its fans.
Harvard 34 (8-2, 5-2), Yale 24 (2-8, 1-6),
What everyone assumed to be a blowout became quite an exciting installment of "The Game." In front of a packed house, the two squads played to a 3-3 halftime score that exploded in the second half.
The Crimson were incredibly impressive on the ground, as the duo of quarterback Colton Chapple (18 carries, 128 yards) and Treavor Scales (19 carries, 177 yards) put Harvard over the edge. A 63-yard touchdown run at the end of the game by Scales secured the victory, overcoming two rushing touchdowns from Yale's Tyler Varga.
Penn 35 (6-4, 6-1), Cornell 28 (4-6, 2-5)
It sure was not pretty, but Penn secured the Ivy League title. A Spenser Kulsar rushing touchdown in the final minute of play put the Quakers over the edge and quelled the Big Red comeback.
Jeff Mathews passed for 455 yards and a touchdown on the day, while running back Luke Hagy had three touchdowns, but it was just not enough for Cornell, who will feel that this season was a missed opportunity.
Brown 22 (7-3, 4-3), Columbia 6 (3-7, 2-5)
Brown wrapped up its season on a much higher note than last year, avenging last year's defeat by Columbia in another solid defensive performance by the Bears.
Limiting Columbia to under 250 yards of total offense, Brown asserted the fact that it has one of the best defenses in the conference. Quarterback Patrick Donnelly added three touchdowns of his own to secure the win.
Dartmouth 35 (6-4, 4-3), Princeton 21 (5-5, 4-3)
Dartmouth ends its season as one of the conference leaders with a dominating win over the Tigers. Big Green quarterback Dalyn Williams passed for 284 yards and three touchdowns in a very convincing win that stemmed from a 21-point third quarter that helped reduce a two-touchdown deficit to start the game.
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