It's This Simple:

There are only two things that can still happen in the race for the 1984 Ivy League crown.

Either the University of Pennsylvania, which has already clinched a tie for its third straight Ancient Eight title, will win the vaunted crown outright, or the Harvard squad, also looking for a third straight title of its own, will tie the Quakers.

The Red and Blue can assure itself of its first outright title in 25 years by winning or tying Saturday at Cornell.

The only way Harvard can grab a piece of the pie is by toppling Yale in The Game and by praying for a Cornell upset in Ithaca, N.Y.

A tie or a loss by Harvard would send the title to Philadelphia.