Football Weekend Wrap-Up - October 29
Ivy League experienced the tricks and treats of playing cold-weather football with a wintry mix that hit the Northeast over Halloween weekend. Here is a quick wrap-up of the Week 7 games:
Yale 16, Columbia 13 [YES]
NEW YORK -- In a game where weather conditions were a major factor in eliminating both teams' ability to throw the ball, Yale's ground game produced the two touchdowns that the Bulldogs needed -- combined with a 38-yard field goal from junior placekicker Philippe Panico -- to edge Columbia 16-13.
Brown 6, Penn 0
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Sophomore kicker Alexander Norocea provided all of the scoring Brown needed with two field goals, as the Bears posted a 6-0 Ivy League win over Penn at Brown Stadium, snapping the Quakers 18-game Ivy League winning streak, while holding Penn to just 151 total yards.
Cornell 24, Princeton 7
PRINCETON, N.J. -- Surrounded by snow, wind and cold, the Cornell football team was able to battle through adversity and made more signature plays in earning a 24-7 victory on Saturday afternoon over Princeton at Princeton Stadium. Cornell improved to 3-4 (1-3 Ivy), while Princeton slipped to 1-6 (1-3 Ivy) in a game played in a Nor'easter.
Harvard 41, Dartmouth 10 [FCS]
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Treavor Scales, Collier Winters and Zach Boden ran for two touchdowns each and became the first trio of Crimson teammates to rush for 100 yards each in a game, leading the Crimson to 395 total rushing yards and a 41-10 win against Dartmouth Saturday evening at snowy Harvard Stadium.