The Ivy team championship is up for grabs with Cornell needing a win over Dartmouth this weekend if they want to clinch the title.
The battle for most of the individual statistical crowns, however, is pretty well settled. Ed Marinaro, Cornell's All-american back has a solid lead in total offense, rushing and scoring.
Last Saturday against Brown Marinaro gained 176 yards, raising his rushing and total offense yardage to 968 yards. This puts Marinaro 200 yards ahead of Columbia's Don Jackson and 510 yards ahead of Princeton's tailback. Hank Bjorklund in total yardage.
If Marinaro wins the total offense crown, he will be the first non-passer to ever do so since the league began 16 years ago. Individual Statistics--Total Offense Yds. 1. Marinaro, Cornell 968 2. Jackson, Columbia 768 3. Shue, Penn 603 4. Stoeckel, Harvard 516 5. Pfeil, Yale 497 6. Bjorklund, Princeton 483 Scoring Pts. 1. Marinaro, Cornell 56 2. Bjorklund, Princeton 44 3. DeMars, Harvard 30 Blake, Princeton 30 4. Bonner, Brown 24 Killian, Cornell 24 Clune, Penn 24