Football Weekend Wrap-Up - November 2
Yale 53, Columbia 12 [YES]
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Yale posted plenty of impressive numbers on offense and defense Saturday en route to a 53-12 win over Columbia at the Yale Bowl, Class of 1954 Field. The Bulldogs' 569 yards of offense included a school record-breaking 94-yard run for a touchdown by junior tailback Kahlil Keys in the third quarter.
Brown 27, Penn 0 [FCS]
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Senior tailback John Spooney re-wrote the Brown and Ivy League records books this afternoon with touchdown runs of 93 and 94 yards to lead Brown to a 27-0 Homecoming win over Penn at Brown Stadium. Spooney, who finished with 232 rushing yards, sixth best in Brown football history, is the first Ivy League running back to have a run of 90 or more yards twice in a game.
Princeton 53, Cornell 20 [ESPN3]
PRINCETON, N.J. -- In a season that was already approaching historic numbers, Princeton junior quarterback Quinn Epperly helped the Tigers take sole possession of first place in the Ivy League with some NCAA history of his own. He completed his first 29 straight passes, a Division I record, to lead the Tigers to a 53-20 victory over Cornell on a day when Princeton honored its greatest player ever, the late Dick Kazmaier, at halftime.
Harvard 24, Dartmouth 21 [IVY]
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Andrew Flesher nailed a 23-yard field goal with 48 seconds remaining in the game to lift the Harvard football team past Dartmouth, 24-21 at Harvard Stadium on Saturday.