Football Weekend Wrap-Up - September 28
Photo courtesy of Yale Sports Publicity
Yale 38, Cornell 23 [IVY]
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- It had been nearly two years since senior wide receiver Deon Randall played at the Yale Bowl, Class of 1954 Field. But after being sidelined all of last season with an injury, Randall started making up for lost time on Saturday against Cornell in Yale football's Ivy League opener. He hauled in three touchdowns (part of an 11-catch, 148-yard day) and ran in a fourth to lead the Bulldogs to a 38-23 win.
Monmouth 37, Columbia 14 [IVY]
NEW YORK -- Columbia received a 151-yard, two-touchdown performance from starting running back Marcorus Garrett in a 37-14 loss to Monmouth in its 2013 home opener Saturday at Robert K. Kraft Field at Wien Stadium.
Princeton 50, Georgetown 22
WASHINGTON -- Junior quarterback Quinn Epperly evoked a comparison to Keith Elias, which is always a good thing in the world of Princeton football. Epperly rushed for four of Princeton's seven touchdowns in an impressive 50-22 victory over Georgetown Saturday afternoon at Multi-Sport Field in Washington, D.C.
Villanova 35, Penn 6 [TCN]
VILLANOVA, Pa. -- Up against the No. 19-ranked team in the country and the favorite to win one of the nation's toughest conferences, Penn struggled to keep up with Villanova on Saturday night. In their first road game of the season, the Quakers fell 35-6 at Villanova Stadium>
Holy Cross 31, Dartmouth 28 [FCS]
HANOVER, N.H. -- In Dartmouth's home opener, the host Big Green never trailed until Holy Cross booted a 23-yard field goal with 51 seconds left in the game to give the Crusaders (2-3) a 31-28 win under the lights of Memorial Field on Saturday.
Harvard 41, Brown 23 [NBCSN]
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Four unanswered touchdowns in the second quarter by the Harvard football team proved to be the difference as the Crimson downed Brown, 41-23, in front of 17,256 fans Saturday at Harvard Stadium. Saturday's contest marks the eighth night game in the history of Harvard Stadium.