Ivy League Football Rivalries

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There are twenty-eight combinations of games between the eight ivy-league universities. Listed below are all twenty-eight with their first year of competition. 


1872    Columbia-Yale

1873    Princeton-Yale

1874    Columbia-Princeton

1875    Harvard-Yale

1876    Penn-Princeton

1877    Columbia-Harvard


1878    Columbia-Penn

1879    Penn-Yale

1880    Yale-Brown

1881    Harvard-Penn

1882    Dartmouth-Harvard

1884    Dartmouth-Yale

1889    Columbia-Cornell


1890    Cornell-Harvard

1891    Cornell-Princeton

1893    Cornell-Penn


1894    Cornell-Brown


1895    Penn-Brown

1896    Dartmouth-Penn

1897    Dartmouth-Princeton

1898    Princeton-Brown

1899    Columbia-Dartmouth

1900    Cornell-Dartmouth

1902    Harvard-Columbia


One Response to “Ivy League Football Rivalries”

  1. Jana Hlavinova Says:

    Good morning,

    I am writing you on behalf of Fraus Publishing Ltd. At the present, we are prepraring an English-Czech/Czech-English Learner’s Dictionary with many illustrated entries dealing with cultural studies. We would like to add your logo to the following text:

    Ivy League
    The Ivy League refers to a group of eight prestigious universities in the north-eastern United States – Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth University, Harvard University, Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University. The phrase used to be limited to athletics, as sports communities gathered around favourite college teams, but nowadays it indicates the educational philosophy of the eight institutions, and connotes words like academic excellence, selectivity, and social elitism.

    I would like to ask whether and under what conditions it would be possible to do so.We will state our acknowledgement in the imprint of the dictionary.

    Thank you for your answer.

    With regards,

    Jana Hlavinova


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