Ivy League Football Report, 1995 September 25

At this magical time of year, we all know 'tis the season for Ivy League football. The eight Ivy League squads all saw non-conference action this past weekend, and six of them were victorious: the Penn Quakers continued their winning ways by downing Bucknell 28-8; Cornell vanquished the Crusaders of Holy Cross 28-19 for their tenth straight homecoming win; Harvard rolled to a 28-8 victory over Colgate; Brown egded Rhode Island 31-28; Dartmouth topped Fordham 34-14 and Princeton beat Bucknell 20-3. The two losers were Yale, who fell 21-10 to Patriot League foe Lehigh, and Columbia, who were shellacked by St. Mary's of California to the tune of 34-14.

The only conference game for the Ivies next week pits the 0-1 Cornell against 0-1 Dartmouth in the wilds of New Hampshire. The rest of the Ivies continue their non-conference play, and again the Patriot League provide most of the opponents: Brown is at Holy Cross, Columbia visits Lafayette, Harvard hosts Fordham, Penn entertains Bucknell and Princeton travels to Hamilton to take on Colgate. The remaining Ivy team, Yale, is at home against UConn of the Yankee Conference.

With the Ivy League football report, this is Joe P------k, Mr. Squishy Sports.

Last Modified: 1995 September 26
Joe Schlobotnik / squishy@physics.ucsb.edu