Monday, September 23, 2013

Around the Ivy League



Here's a look at what happened around the Ivy League in Week One...

Tyler Varga runs for a career-high 236 yards in Yale's 39-22 win over Colgate.

Brown generates 476 yards of total offense and the Bears route Georgetown 45-7.

Brett Nottingham, who transferred from Stanford to Columbia, completed 12 of 23 passes for 144 yards. He was sacked four times and threw two interceptions. The Lions fell 52-7 to No. 21 Fordham.

Jeff Mathews finished 15-for-23 for 285 yards and three touchdowns, as Cornell rolled past Bucknell 45-13.

Harvard was victorious in its first game in California since 1949 with a 42-20 win over San Diego.

Dartmouth scored on its first three possessions and held off a late rally from Butler for a 30-23 victory. 

Cheshire product Billy Ragone inched closer to Penn's all-time TD mark in the Quakers 27-21 win over Lafayette.

Lehigh rallied in the second half for a 29-28 win over Princeton.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who does the voting for this? How does Tyler Varga not make the Offensive Player of The Week? When is the last time a back in this league, or probably any league, carried the ball 39 times and ran for 200 plus yards with everyone in the stadium knowing that he is getting the ball on every play?

8:43 AM 

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