Providence, Rhode Island - Brown senior wide receiver Buddy
Farnham was named the Ivy League’s Offensive Player of the
Week for his performance in Brown’s 34-17 Ivy victory over
Princeton on Saturday. Farnham let his legs do the talking
Brown's victory over the Tigers, accumulating 309
all-purpose yards, which
ranks seventh all-time in Ivy
League football history.
Farnham caught 10 passes for 199 yards and an 80-yard touchdown reception, the fifth longest pass play in Brown football history. He then turned a close three point halftime lead into a 10-point advantage for the Bears when ran back the opening kickoff of the second half 92 yards for a touchdown. His 92-yard kickoff return ranks 11th in the Brown record book. His lone punt return was good for 18 yards to account for an incredible 309 all-purpose yards.
Farnham ranks 7th in the nation in receptions with 7.4 per game, ranks 6th nationally in punt return yards (16.56 yards per game) and 6th all-purpose running (148.0 yards per game). His 192 career receptions are fourth among active FCS players and 12th best in Ivy football history. Farnham’s 557 career punt return yards rank second in the Brown record book, while his 1,034 kickoff return yards rank fifth best in Brown football history. Farnham’s 2,377 career receiving yards are 18th in the Ivy League record book.