IVY LEAGUE FOOTBALL

STANDINGS Ivy League  Overall   W-L-T  Pct.  PF  PA  W-L-TPct.  PF  PA Princeton  2-0-0  1.000  52  28  4- 0-0  1.000  111  35 Pennsylvania  1-0-0  1.000  10  6   4-0-0  1.000  116  60 HARVARD  1-1-0  .500  30  30  2-2-0   .500  68  91 Brown  1-1-0  .500  28  37  1-3-0.250  70  109 Cornell  1-1-0  .500  39  18  1-3-0   .250  58  75 Columbia  0-1-0  .000  3  30  1-3-0   .250  40  115 Dartmouth  0-1-0  .000  6  10  1-3- 0  .250  51  50 Yale  0-1-0  .000  3  12  1-3-0.250  76  106

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Steve Mills, Yale QB (Sr., 6-0, 191) Bristol, Conn.

Mills was instrumental in Yale's defeat of Holy Cross Saturday. For the third straight week, he posted a career high in passing yardage with 305 yards on 17-of-28 passing and two touchdowns. In addition, he rushed 12 times for 55 yards. Mills led the team on a 75-yard march in 31 seconds for the game-winning touchdown, which came with 1:51 left in the game. On that play, Mills hit WR Dave lwan for a 22-yard score.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Ryan Blattenburger, Cornell SS (Sr., 5-9, 180) Ephrata, Pa.

Blattenburger returned from an injury suffered in the Princeton opener to make six solo tackles and help out on seven more for a total of 13, with one tackle for a two-yard loss. The Cornell strong safety was a key to the defense that held Harvard to 207 yards of total offense and 2.9 yards per play. Harvard did not have a first down until its first series of the second quarter.

ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Miles Macik, Pennsylvania WR (So., 6-4, 212) Marlboro, N.J.

Macik makes his second straight appearance as Rookie of the Week after continuing his assault on opposing defenses against Colgate. He caught eight passes for 153 yards, including a 62-yard TD grab. The nation's leading recevier is on pace to shatter every Penn single-season receiveing record.

HONOR ROLL

Tobin Hoppes, Brown DB (So., 6-1, 190) Washington Courthouse, Oh.--13 tackles against Princeton, eight solo.

Joe Hill, Columbia DB (Sr., 6-1, 180) Woodbridge, N.J.--17 tackles (12 solo) and one pass break-up against Lafayette.

Pete Fitzpatrick, Cornell TB (Sr., 5-8, 189) Cleveland Heights, Oh.--Had a career-high 20 carries for a career-high 147 yards including a touchdown. --compiled by the Ivy League office