With just three regular season games remaining for each of the teams in the Ancient Eight and three teams currently sharing first place, the race for the Ivy title looks like it will come down to the wire.
Robert Wren Gordon
The Tigers mounted a huge comeback in the last ten minutes to send their fans home happy, while Cornell continued to struggle.
While other teams among the Ancient Eight are undefeated within the conference, the Crimson has won each game it has played to the midway point of the season.
In week four of the Ivy League football season, Harvard, Brown, and Princeton each won for the second straight week while Yale lost its second Ivy game.
All Ancient Eight sides now have a conference game under their belts, and all but Harvard have had mixed results.
After a couple of games, Harvard and Cornell find themselves in familiar positions, while Penn is in an uncharacteristic spot at the bottom.
Both Cornell and Dartmouth are one win away from clinching their respective divisions.
The Big Red appears to be the frontrunner for the Ivy title, but Princeton is making a push.
As the Ancient Eight draw closer to the halfway point of the Ivy season, Cornell and Dartmouth continue to prove their dominance of their respective divisions.
Teams began their hunt for the Ivy Championship as league play got underway last weekend.
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