Pierre set the tone early for Dartmouth (5-3, 3-2 Ivy League), scoring the first two touchdowns of the game- runs of 1-yard and 9-yards- to put Dartmouth on top in the first quarter 14-0. Pierre finished with 154 yards on 26 carries.
After Williams' touchdown pass to Justin Foley for 2-yards gave Dartmouth a 21-0 advantage, Jeff Mathews answered for Cornell (4-4, 2-3) finding Grant Gellatly for the 19-yard touchdown to cut the lead to 21-7.
Williams answered with one second remaining in the first half, finding Michael Reilly for the 22-yard touchdown and a 28-7 lead at halftime.
On the Big Green's first possession of the third quarter, Williams ran it in from 35-yards out to give Dartmouth a 35-7.
Dartmouth's lead was never contested, improving its record against Cornell to 55-40-1.
A months-old Facebook post has cost the Nebraska football stadium announcer his job one day after his hiring was announced.
Former running back Lawrence Phillips has been charged with first-degree murder in the April death of his cellmate at Kern Valley State Prison.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said Tuesday he has informed competing quarterbacks Jake Rudock and Shane Morris of his decision on a starter for the Wolverines' opener Thursday night at Utah.
Michigan State quarterback and Heisman Trophy hopeful Connor Cook said he was disappointed his teammates didn't vote him among the team's three captains this season.
Former Oklahoma State return man and running back Ty Hill, who was dismissed from OSU's program after his arrest on domestic violence charges, has enrolled at West Alabama.
UCLA junior cornerback Ishmael Adams has been suspended indefinitely following a robbery arrest early Sunday morning, coach Jim Mora said Tuesday.