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September 29, 2012

Football Weekend Wrap-Up - September 28-29

Photo courtesy of Penn Athletic Communications

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
Harvard 52, Holy Cross 3
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Colton Chapple threw for 260 yards on 13-of-18 passing and had five total touchdowns (four pass, one run) all in the first two quarters to build a 49-3 halftime lead en route to a 52-3 victory over Holy Cross. The Crimson avenged its only loss of 2011, while moving its winning streak to 12, the longest in the Football Championship Subdivision.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
Penn 28, Dartmouth 21
HANOVER, N.H. -- Senior quarterback Billy Ragone used his arm, legs and even made his first career reception to help guide the Penn to its first win of the season Saturday. The Quakers outlasted Dartmouth on national television at Memorial Field, 28-21, in the Ivy opener for both teams.

Colgate 47, Yale 24
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- On a day where the two teams combined for 954 yards of total offense, Colgate's football team ultimately had more firepower than Yale's. The Raiders got 275 passing yards, 85 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns from quarterback Gavin McCarney en route to a 47-24 win over the Bulldogs Saturday afternoon at the Yale Bowl, Class of 1954 Field.

Princeton 33, Columbia 6
NEW YORK -- In as dominant a team performance as Princeton has seen in several years, the Tiger football team opened its 2012 Ivy League series in impressive fashion with a 33-6 road victory at Columbia Saturday afternoon.

Brown 37, Georgetown 10
WASHINGTON -- Brown returned to the D.C. area for the first time since 2005 and turned in a dominant performance in all facets of the game – offense, defense and special teams - to earn a 37-10 win over Georgetown to disappoint an overflow Homecoming crowd on the Georgetown campus.

Cornell 15, Bucknell 10
LEWISBURG, Pa. -- The Cornell defense, the forgotten brother to the Big Red's explosive offense, posted its second straight impressive game. This time, it needed every bit of the effort. Cornell used a last-minute defensive stand to hold on for a 15-10 victory at Bucknell on Saturday evening at Christy Mathewson Memorial Stadium. The win helped Cornell improve to 2-1 overall, while the Bison slipped to 1-3.