Ivy League Football Week 7 Preview

Harvard at Holy Cross- The Crimson are 4-0 and sit at no. 15 in the country. Junior Tanner Lee, making his first start, had two interceptions in a big win against Cornell. Holy Cross is 2-4. The Crimson roll.
Harvard 41, Holy Cross 30
Yale at Fordham - The Elis finally put it together last week behind freshman running back Alan Lamar. They are still having quarterback issues. Fordham is strong again this season, sporting a 3-2 record, with a strong win over Penn.
Fordham 31, Yale 28
Sacred Heart at Cornell - This should be a revenge game for Cornell, as they fell easily at Sacred Heart last year. The Pioneers are good, with a 4-1 record and a loss last week against Wagner.
Cornell 33, Sacred Heart 30
Towson at Dartmouth - Towson is awful. Their defense is their biggest issue. Look for a win for the Green.
Dartmouth 35, Towson 19
Columbia at Penn - The Lions picked up their first win last week at Wagner behind five field goals off of the foot of frosh kicker Oren Milstein. Penn at 2-2 is good, but not living up to preseason expectations. Alek torgersen, as expected is starring at quarterback, both with the pass and in his running efforts. They should still win this home tilt.
Penn 38, Columbia 17
Brown at Princeton - The Tigers are riding the wave of replacement quarterback John Lovett. Brown is 1-3, but has a strong throwing quarterback in Kyle Moreno. Princeton can challenge Harvard for the Ivy championship. The home team wins.
Princeton 35, Brown 20