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.
Fueled by the feel-good story of cancer survivor RB James Conner, the Panthers would love to pull off a feel-good win over in-state rival Penn State.
Wisconsin plans to use its speedy new weapon, four-star prospect A.J. Taylor, as a wide receiver when he arrives on campus this summer.
Travon McMillian will be a player Tennessee fans will want to keep an eye on when the Vols face Virginia Tech on Sept. 10.
With one month left to respond to the NCAA's Notice of Allegations, UNC AD Bubba Cunningham said the school will meet that deadline.
West Virginia has what looks to be a tough schedule, but three of its stiffest Big 12 challenges -- against Oklahoma, TCU, and Baylor -- come at home.
UCF wants to leave Michigan with its dignity intact, but a date with Maryland provides a chance to show the Knights' 2015 season was a fluke.