The Ivy League is considering whether to play a seven-game, conference-only football season this fall, or it could play a seven-game season that would begin in April according to a report from TMG Sports.
A 150-member blue-ribbon panel ranks the 150 greatest players in the sport's entire history and the running backs are the clear stars.
Harold Coles rushed for 129 yards and two TDs, including a 58-yard run on Cornell’s second play from scrimmage, and the Big Red defeated Columbia 35-9 on Saturday.
Richie Kenney threw for 267 yards and a touchdown, Harold Coles ran for 111 yards and a touchdown and Cornell stunned Dartmouth 20-17 on Saturday.
Owen Goldsberry's 80-yard touchdown bomb to Eric Markes proved to be the difference as Penn held on to beat Cornell 21-20 on Saturday.
Collin Eaddy ran 21 times for 93 yards and two touchdowns and Princeton stayed undefeated with a 21-7 win over Cornell on Friday night.
Nickolas Null booted a 41-yard field goal that shaved the left upright with nine seconds on the clock as Cornell turned back a resurgent Brown 37-35 on Saturday for its first Ivy League win of the season.
Alex Mathews scored the winning touchdown late in the third quarter and Colgate stopped Cornell on downs with less than a minute to play, securing a 21-20 victory Saturday to halt a seven game, season-opening slide.
Jake Smith threw for three touchdowns and Harvard beat Cornell 35-22 on Saturday.
Gunther Johnson threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to Cameron Crayton late in the game to help Georgetown to a 14-8 victory over Cornell on Saturday.
J.P. Shohfi returned an onside kick for a 49-yard touchdown and helped Yale thwart a late Cornell rally with a 27-16 win on Saturday in an Ivy League opener.
Harold Coles rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown, Mike Catanese ran for a pair of scores and Cornell's defense stopped Marist three times on fourth-down plays in the final period to win its season opener 21-7 Saturday.
It's the anniversary season for memorable Cornell-Dartmouth and Colorado-Missouri games.