Week Two Power Rankings
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So, how does the league stack up after week one?
After a weekend of surprising results around the league, it's time to look at my power rankings as they stand now:
Could I have been wrong about Eli QB Patrick Witt? Seems like it after two solid performances and a 2-0 Yale record. The 37-17 win over Cornell yesterday has a lot of eyes opening. Yale looks better than it has in a very long time.
Super defensive effort in the 24-7 win over Brown Friday night has this program looking good again. Fill-in Colton Chappel may be more of a winner than starter Collier Winters.
I still like this team a lot when compared to the rest of the Ivies. Losing to Harvard under the rain and lights at Harvard Stadium is nothing to be ashamed of when the game was closer than the 24-7 score indicates.
Pretty good bounceback performance in a near-win over Villanova last night. The 0-2 Quakers are getting primed for the big game at Dartmouth this Saturday night.
That loud thud you hear is the Big Green confidence crashing down after a 24-21 loss to lowly Sacred Heart yesterday. Chances seem just a bit dimmer that Dartmouth will be able to hold off Penn next weekend.
Looking a bit better in contrast after what Bucknell did to Princeton last night. (The Big Red beat the same Bison team in week one). Yesterday's loss to Yale wasn't completely ugly and they made it a game for a while.
Looked awful yesterday, but against a good program, a good coach, and a good team.
But losing 44-21 in your home opener is never good.
Looked awful last night, and against a not-so-good team. Losing 37-9 to Bucknell is just embarrassing.