Ivy Power Rankings Week 4
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Still number one despite some defensive lapses against Cornell. Crimson BACKUP QB Colton Chaple threw for 414 yards.
The Bears beat a very good Holy Cross team, 20-13. That was the same Crusader team that spanked Harvard in week one. 'Nuff said.
The Elis are back in my top three after thoroughly embarrassing a Dartmouth team that desperately needed to win. 30-0 over any Ivy opponent is stunning.
The Quakers looked good beating Fordham by two scores, but the injuries are mounting. Penn may not have all the horses it needs to beat Brown, Harvard and Yale.
The Big Red really hung in there with Harvard yesterday. It's another sign Cornell may be turning the corner.
The Tigers almost pulled off a huge upset at Hampton. This was a pretty good confidence builder.
Head Coach Buddy Teevens tried something new by starting a new QB in Andy Gay, but he was a disaster and Connor Kempe had to replace his own replacement. Dartmouth's preseason optimism has washed away.
Poor tackling and now weak special teams play are on the list of Lion woes. Columbia is now officially on "0-10 watch," something the Lions haven't done since 1987.