Princeton Leads In Rushing Yards
After this weekend's games, Princeton remained the most powerful Ivy League team in rushing. With 1,589 yards gained on the ground, the Tigers are well ahead of Yale, which is second with 1,238 yards. Despite a seemingly slim 12 to 0 victory over Brown, the Orange and Black amassed 422 yards, against 56 for the Bruins.
Cornell, however, leads the league in total offense, with a game average of 434.2, compared to Princeton's 404.8. The Big Red has the most effective aerial attack, with 980 yards gained.
Harvard stands seventh in total offense, with 198 yards per game, followed only by Dartmouth. The Crimson has made 700 yards on the ground, while the air attack has gained 290 yards from 83 attempts and 23 completions.