2016 Ivy League Football Standings

Which university sits atop the 2016 Ivy League football standings, you ask? Remember, the Ivy League began as a football conference so we like to check in on how each season is progressing from time to time. As our readers may remember, Harvard University was the preseason favorite to win the … 

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Ivy League Preseason Football Rankings

It’s that time of year again. It’s time for some Ivy League football action and, for yet another year in a row, we’d like to report on the Ivy League football preseason rankings. And for those of you who are wondering why we write about Ivy League football, know that we … 

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2014 Ivy League Football Standings

It’s time for an update on the 2014 Ivy League football standings. The Ivy League, after all, all began as a football league. So which Ivy League university tops the standings? Harvard and Dartmouth both have 2-0 records. Princeton has played one fewer Ivy League game and sits at 1-0. … 

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2013 Ivy League Football Standings

The 2013 Ivy League football standings are now complete. With identical 6-1 records, Harvard and Princeton both won the Ivy League title. Overall, Harvard finished its season with a 9-1 mark, while Princeton was 8-2 (this includes non-Ivy League games). Placing third in the Ivy League this season is Dartmouth … 

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Ivy League Football Ranking

The Ivy League began as a football league. So let’s give you an update on the Ivy League football standings for the 2012 season. Sitting atop the Ivy League is the University of Pennsylvania, with a 5-1 record in Ivy League play. The university is 5-4 overall on the year … 

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Ivy League Football Standings

It’s time to check in on the Ivy League football standings. In first place with a 3-1 record in the Ivy League are Harvard, Princeton, and Penn. Harvard has an overall record of 6-1, while Princeton has an overall record of 4-3, and Penn has an overall record of 3-4 … 

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Ivy League Football Rankings

Harvard University has been chosen by a panel of media representatives to defend its Ivy League football title in this preseason’s Ivy League football rankings. Harvard, which finished 9-1 overall last year, including 7-0 in Ivy League play, secured 13 of the 17 first-place votes, with Penn and Cornell both … 

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