Princeton 19, Brown 0 [NBCSN]
PRINCETON, N.J. -- Princeton snapped an Ivy League record 162-game scoring streak by Brown and stayed unbeaten in Ivy League play with a 19-0 victory in front of 6,482 at Powers Field at Princeton Stadium.
Lafayette 20, Yale 10
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Yale racked up 392 yards of total offense, got 26 first downs compared to 14 for Lafayette, and limited the Leopards to a 5-for-14 performance on third downs -- but the final score Saturday at the Yale Bowl, Class of 1954 Field read Lafayette 20, Yale 10.
Cornell 41, Monmouth 38
ITHACA, N.Y. -- Offense was the word of the day, as the Big Red football team won a shootout, 41-38, over visiting Monmouth in a contest that saw the two squads combine for nearly 1,200 yards of total offense. Luke Tasker was the star of the day for Cornell, setting the Cornell single-game mark with 280 receiving yards, while senior quarterback Chris Amrhein threw for 523 yards in his first career start.
Penn 24, Columbia 20
PHILADELPHIA -- Trailing by 10 with under 10 minutes to play, Penn scored twice in the final 7:57, including senior Billy Ragone's game-winning touchdown pass to Lyle Marsh with 50 seconds remaining, to top Columbia, 24-20, at Franklin Field on Saturday afternoon.
Sacred Heart 27, Dartmouth
HANOVER, N.H. -- Kirby Schoenthaler returned a kickoff for a touchdown, but several key mistakes proved costly as Sacred Heart upset Dartmouth 27-10.
Harvard 35, Bucknell 7
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- After exploding out of the gates the last two weekends, the Bucknell Bison were able to keep No. 21/22 Harvard football in check for the first 20 minutes of the game; however, the Crimson eventually found its rhythm and cruised to its 14th straight win, 35-7, at Harvard Stadium Saturday evening.