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Penn beats Crimson:

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Harvard falls at Franklin Field

Penn staked its claim to the Ivy League football championship, defeating Harvard, 44-9, at Franklin Field this past Saturday (Nov. 16). The victory clinches at least a share of the crown for the Quakers (7-1, 6-0 Ivy), while the Crimson (6-3, 5-1 Ivy) – whose three losses of the season all came at the hands of nationally-ranked teams – concentrate on Saturday’s (Nov. 23) 119th playing of “The Game.” Seniors Neil Rose and Carl Morris, donning their Harvard helmets one last time, will look to defeat Yale (and pray that Cornell tips Penn) to earn a piece of the title. Kick off is 12:30 p.m.