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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.
EJ Perry threw for three touchdowns, ran for another and set the Brown single-season record for total offense in a 48-24 win over Columbia on Saturday, the Bears’ first Ivy League win.
Mike Roussos scored from 1-yard out to start overtime, Ben Mathiasmeier intercepted a pass on the next offensive play and Columbia beat Harvard 17-10 on Saturday to end a 15-game losing streak in the series.
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Kurt Rawlings threw for 390 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a two more scores as Yale beat Columbia, 45-10 in an Ivy League showdown Saturday afternoon.
Derek Kyler passed for two touchdowns, Jared Gerbino ran for two scores and Dartmouth beat Columbia 59-24 on Friday night to stay undefeated on the season.
Ty Lenhart accounted for a personal best three touchdowns and Columbia smothered Pennsylvania in a 44-6 win on Saturday.
Aaron Winchester threw for one touchdown and ran for another to lead Central Connecticut past Columbia 24-14 on Saturday.
Collin Eaddy scored two touchdowns and accounted for 112 total yards to help lead No. 25 Princeton past Columbia 21-10 on Saturday.
Herman Moultrie III ran for two touchdowns and Georgetown drove 90 yards for a key fourth-quarter touchdown, defeating Columbia 24-10 on Saturday.
Ryan Young ran for 98 yards and a touchdown to help Columbia roll past St. Francis (PA) 31-14 on Saturday.
Freshman wide receiver Mike Roussos scored on an 87-yard kickoff return with 45 seconds left in the game after scoring on a 91-yard punt return in the first quarter and Columbia rallied for a 24-21 victory over Cornell on Saturday.