Frank Navarro, the former Ivy League football coach who helped turn around a struggling Division III program at Wabash College, has died. He was 91.
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.
Collin Eaddy rushed for 172 yards and two touchdowns as Princeton walked over Pennsylvania 28-7 on Saturday to close out the season with a victory and finish third in the Ivy League.
Kurt Rawlings threw for six touchdowns to set a Yale program record and the Bulldogs cruised past Princeton 51-14 on Saturday.
Jared Gerbino rushed for 97 and two touchdowns as Dartmouth beat Princeton 27-10 on Saturday in a battle of Ivy League unbeatens at Yankee Stadium.
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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.
Kevin Davidson threw three touchdown passes as Princeton edged Harvard 30-24 on Saturday.
Kevin Davidson threw for five touchdowns as Princeton rolled to a 65-22 win over Brown on Saturday.
Collin Eaddy ran 17 times for 89 yards and three touchdowns to help Princeton stay undefeated with a 28-3 win over Lafayette on Friday night.
Collin Eaddy scored two touchdowns and accounted for 112 total yards to help lead No. 25 Princeton past Columbia 21-10 on Saturday.
Kevin Davidson broke a single-game school record Saturday, throwing seven touchdown passes, to lead Princeton past Bucknell 56-23.
Kevin Davidson passed for 341 yards and two touchdowns and Princeton opened its 150th season in convincing fashion, defeating Butler 49-7 on Saturday.
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