ITHACA, N.Y. -- Andrew Holland drove Pennsylvania to a go-ahead score with a minute left as the Quakers clinched their 13th outright Ivy League title -- and 16th overall -- with a 35-28 victory Saturday over Cornell.
Cornell's ensuing drive ran out of time at the 8-yard line of Penn (6-4, 6-1).
Luke Hagy rushed for two fourth-quarter touchdowns for the Big Red (4-6, 2-5), who tied the game at 28 on a 2-point conversion pass from Jeff Mathews to Luke Tasker. Mathews threw for 445 yards, completing 31 of 45.
Penn took a 14-13 lead 26 seconds before halftime on Holland's 41-yard pass to Jason Seifert.
They increased their lead to 28-13 on Lyle Marsh's 55-yard scoring run and Holland's 1-yard run after Tasker fumbled a punt.
Oklahoma moved up to No. 3 behind Clemson and Alabama and the Big Ten placed three teams in the top six of the new Associated Press college football poll.
Stanford, USC, Cal and Oregon were among the Pac-12 programs with key recruits in on Rivalry Week.
Georgia's recruits reacted quickly and sharply to Sunday's news that Mark Richt would step down after 15 seasons with the Bulldogs.
After failing to crack the top 100 nationally in total offense over the past two seasons, John Donovan was fired as offensive coordinator at Penn State.
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Oklahoma State and West Virginia were among the Big 12 programs that had key recruits on campus this weekend.