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Football Weekend Wrap-Up - October 8

Brown's Kyle Newhall-Caballero
Brown's Kyle Newhall-Caballero

Superlative performances by Brown's Kyle Newhall-Caballero and Harvard's Colton Chapple topped the fourth Saturday of Ivy League football. Here is a quick wrap-up of the Week 4 games:

Yale 30, Dartmouth 0
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Senior defensive tackle Jake Stoller registered two of three team sacks and linebackers junior Will McHale and senior Jordan Haynes combined for 14 solo stops as the Yale football team blanked Dartmouth 30-0 before 17,786 at Yale Bowl and the Class of '54 Field.

Brown 20, Holy Cross 13
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Senior quarterback Kyle Newhall-Caballero engineered an NCAA record 99-yard scoring drive late in the fourth quarter to rally Brown to a 20-13 victory over Holy Cross at Brown Stadium in its final non-league game of the season.

Sacred Heart 34, Columbia 25
-- Columbia led 13-6 late in the second quarter but Sacred Heart evened the score with 47 seconds left in the half and found the end zone on its first two drives of the second half to take a 27-13 lead.  The Pioneers eventually held on for a 34-25 victory over the Lions on Robert K. Kraft Field behind 371 yards of passing and three touchdowns by Tim Little.

Harvard 41, Cornell 31
ITHACA, N.Y. -- Harvard junior quarterback Colton Chapple threw for 414 yards on Saturday as the Crimson overpowered a solid Cornell team, 41-31, in an Ivy League game at Schoellkopf Field in Ithaca, N.Y.

Hampton 28, Princeton 23
, Va. -- Princeton left Hampton Saturday knowing two things: it has the talent to play with this talented Pirate program, and it had the opportunities to win the game. Despite outgaining Hampton and forcing three turnovers, Princeton fell 28-23 in a thriller at Armstrong Stadium.

Penn 35, Fordham 20
PHILADELPHIA -- Penn defeated Fordham, 35-20, Saturday night at Franklin Field. The Quakers improved to 2-2 overall with the win, while the Rams fell to 1-4.