Ivy League Football Weekly Episode 6
Brandon Wachs goes around the Ivy League to talk about the week of upsets that took place, including Harvard's surprising 21-14 victory over Columbia. Back to back wins against good teams, Dartmouth and Columbia, has Harvard poised to make a run for the Ivy League title in the final two weeks of the season. Penn squeaks by Princeton with a 38-35 victory while Dartmouth, in a pivotal game, defeats Cornell 10-0. Yale now stands atop the Ivy League with a 4-1 record, while four teams (Harvard, Columbia, Cornell, and Dartmouth) remain tied for second place in a very close race.
-Harvard edges past Columbia behind superb quarterback play by the fifth year senior, Joe Viviano, who had previously lost his starting spot to the freshman, Jake Smith.
-Brandon also discusses the Harvard quarterback controversy and how he sees that playing out.
-The defensive battle between Dartmouth and Cornell that Dartmouth eventually won.
-Yale rolls over Brown 34-7 behind 3 rushing touchdowns by freshman running back Zane Dudek
- Discussing the WHRB power rankings and the chaos that has sent them into flux.
- Harvard picked to continue rolling with a win against the 2-3 University of Pennsylvania.
-Finally, Brandon offers his prediction for the highly anticipated and consequential Harvard Yale game in two weeks. Go Crimson!
Brandon Wachs is the Sports Director and Host of Ivy League Football Weekly for WHRB.
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