In 1982, during the middle of The Game between rivals Harvard and Yale, a third player entered the game when MIT students pulled the greatest prank in college football history.
Collin Eaddy rushed for 266 yards and three touchdowns, and Ryan Quigley and John Lovett each had two touchdowns to lead Princeton to an Ivy League championship with a 59-46 win over Yale on Saturday.
Derek Kyler threw for two touchdowns, Jared Gerbino ran for two scores and Dartmouth capitalized on two turnovers to beat Cornell 35-24 on Saturday.
Jake Smith threw two touchdown passes to Brian Dunlap and Harvard's defense stuffed Pennsylvania in a 29-7 win on Saturday.
Kyle Castner accounted for a school record five touchdowns as Columbia roared back from a 14-0 first-quarter deficit to beat Brown, 42-20 in an Ivy League contest Saturday afternoon.
Griffin O'Connor threw for 436 yards and four touchdowns as Yale dominated Brown 46-16 on Saturday afternoon.
Princeton quarterback John Lovett scored on a pair of short runs and the defense did the rest as the No. 18 Tigers topped No. 24 Dartmouth 14-9 in a matchup of unbeaten Ivy League teams on Saturday.
Tom Stewart passed for 393 yards and a school record-tying five touchdowns, including the three longest scoring strikes in Harvard history, and the Crimson rolled to a 52-18 victory over Columbia in Ivy League play on Saturday.
Ryan Glover threw for 131 yards and a touchdown and Pennsylvania beat Cornell 20-7 on Friday night to claim the Trustees' Cup trophy.
Quarterback Jared Gerbino had 24 rushes for 183 yards and a touchdown and Rashaad Cooper added 117 yards and a score on just 11 carries as Dartmouth remained undefeated with a 24-17 victory over Harvard in Ivy League play on Saturday.
Ryan Young ran 30 yards for a tiebreaking, fourth-quarter touchdown and Columbia picked up its first Ivy League win this season with a 17-10 victory over defending conference champion Yale on Saturday.