Dartmouth took Cornell to double overtime -- and won.
Pressure was the key in Penn's 42-7 victory.
Suddenly the Quakers have a potent passing attack to complement their dominating ground game, just in time for the winner-take-all meeting with Harvard.
The Quakers demolished the Tigers 42-7 at Franklin Field in Penn’s annual Homecoming contest.
If Harvard’s game at Columbia tomorrow could be summed up by a movie title, it would be “Escape from New York.”
The stakes will be high when Penn (5-2, 4-0 Ivy) squares off with Princeton (2-5, 1-3) in the teams’ 101st all-time meeting.
The Quakers defense hasn’t allowed a touchdown on offense since Oct. 17.
Princeton O-lineman has started all 37 games in his career and is three starts away from a record.
Al Bagnoli made the smart decision to abandon his new offense and revert to airing it out with the QB.
Bulldogs junior cornerback Adam Money who stopped a 75-yard run at the two-yard line to prevent a touchdown late in the fourth quarter, securing Yale's victory over Columbia.
Football's first win overtime win since 2005 also happened to be its first versus Brown since ’05.
Saturday's victory over Brown made a booming declaration to the rest of the Ivy League — the 2009 Quakers can win in overtime.
Sprint Football dominated Princeton, scoring a a whopping 91 points in the rout.
Dartmouth just ended its 17-game losing streak. It’ll probably start a new one tomorrow.
Penn's game against Brown this weekend will be its 1,300th in program history, an NCAA record for all divisions.
The tremendous pressure being generated by the front seven has flown under the radar.
In sports, nicknames are most often used to intimidate and inspire fear. Not so for Brown senior wide receiver Mark Raymond Farnham, who is known to fans and opponents as “Buddy.”
On the eve of the end of his football career, things are coming full circle for sprint football captain Joe Portelli.
Penn's field goal unit — self-dubbed “The Dream Team” — is one of the League’s most reliable.
Emotions were all over the place in Hanover, N.H., after Dartmouth’s 28-6 win over Columbia Saturday.