Providence, R.I. - The final home game of the season is always a bittersweet moment for the senior class and Saturday's home matchup against Dartmouth will be the last game at Brown Stadium for 26 Brown football seniors. This year's senior class has posted three straight winning seasons so far, a 25-13 overall record, including a 15-11 Ivy League mark, throughout their four-year careers. Brown's Class of 2014 includes: Dan Austin, Matt Billeci, John Bumpus, Patrick Donnelly, Jordan Evans, Matthew Gorham, Cole Hooper, Zach Lattrell, Tellef Lundevall, Andrew Marks, Ryan McCourt, Nicholas Mizaur, Alex Norocea, Adewole Oyalowo, Clay Paino, Alex Phelan, Brett Polacek, Emory Polley, Jordan Reisner, Matt Shannon, John Spooney, Donald Sproal, Nathan Svensson, Cody Taulbee, Tom Usakiewicz, and Michael Yules. Pre-game senior ceremonies will start at 12:20 pm, with kick-off at 12:30 pm.
The Bears: Brown fell to 5-3 overall and 2-3 in the Ivy League with a 24-17 loss to Yale on a 32-yard Bulldog touchdown run with 19 seconds remaining in the game. Bears' senior tailback John Spooney rushed for 125 yards on 27 carries, while senior quarterback Patrick Donnelly threw two TD passes.
The Big Green: Dartmouth put together a strong team effort in a 34-6 win over Cornell to extend its record to 4-4 overall, 3-2 in the Ivy League. Quarterback Dylan Williams threw for 156 yards and ran for another 96 yards to lead the Big Green.
Brown vs. Dartmouth – 91st Meeting: Brown and Dartmouth have met 90 times, dating back to 1894, with the Big Green holding a 55-31-4 series advantage. Brown has won 11 of the last 15 meetings between the two teams, including four of the last five. Last year, Bears' quarterback Patrick Donnelly threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to senior wide receiver Jonah Fay with 1:14 remaining to rally Brown from a 10-point fourth quarter deficit to beat Dartmouth, 28-24, in Hanover, New Hampshire. In 2011, Dartmouth dashed Brown's Ivy title hopes with a 21-16 win at Brown Stadium.
Bears' Offensive Line/Defense/Special Teams Among Nation's Best: Brown's offensive line ranks seventh in the nation in sacks allowed with just 0.63 sacks allowed per game, and ninth nationally in tackles for loss allowed with 4.13. The Bears' defense also gets some kudos, ranked 4th nationally in team sacks with 3.38 per game and 12th nationally in tackles for a loss with 7.5 per game. Brown's special teams unit ranks 5th in the nation in kickoff return defense, allowing just 15.4 yards per return.
Norocea, Oyalowo and Yules Named Academic All-District: Brown senior kicker Alex Norocea (Hermosa Beach, CA), senior linebacker Adewole Oyalowo (Bowie, MD) and senior defensive end Michael Yules (South Dartmouth, MA) have been named to the Capital Academic All-District First Team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). First-team Academic All-District® honorees advance to the Capital One Academic All-America® Team ballot, where first-, second- and third-team All-America honorees will be selected later this month.
Donnelly 10th Nationally In Passing: Senior captain Patrick Donnelly (Longmeadow, MA) ranks 10th nationally in completion percentage (.662) and is the Ivy League's second leading passer with 223.3 yards per game. Donnelly directed the Brown offense to a 27-0 win over Penn with 19-of-25 passing for 210 yards and a touchdown. He completed 21-of-27 passes for 295 yards vs. Cornell and tossed TD passes of two, 33 and 43 yards. Donnelly threw touchdown passes of 34, 55, 14 and 22 yards vs. Bryant, while throwing for a career high 339 yards against the Bulldogs. He led the Bears over URI by completing 25 of 39 passes for 220 yards, while rushing for 62 yards and a touchdown. Donnelly opened the season by completing 19 of 27 passes for 197 yards and two touchdowns against Georgetown. He completed passes to 10 different wide receivers, and ran for 35 yards. Donnelly passed for 169 yards and a TD vs. Harvard, completing 21 of 33 passes. Last year, Donnelly threw for over 300 yards twice, with 336 yards against Harvard and 312 yards against Ivy Champion Penn. He ranked third in the Ivy League in total offense (236.8 yards per game) and passed for 2,264 yards and 15 touchdowns, while completing 61-percent of his passes (219-of-357). Donnelly was named the Ivy League and New England Player of the Week for his effort against Dartmouth where he completed 20-of-32 passes for 233 yards, throwing for two touchdowns and running for two more.
BROWN PASS COMPLETIONS - CAREER
1. 789 James Perry 97-98-99
2. 520 Jason McCullough 94-95-96
3. 517 Kyle Newhall-Caballero 09-10-11
4. 487 Michael Dougherty 06-07-08
5. 449 Kyle Slager 02-03
6. 436 Patrick Donnelly 10-11-12-13
7. 401 Joe DiGiacomo 04-05-06
8. 306 Eric Webber 97-98-00
9. 232 Joe Potter 81-82-83
10. 226 Pete Beatrice 72-73-74
BROWN YARDS PASSING - CAREER
1. 9,294 James Perry 97-98-99
2. 6,739 Jason McCullough 94-95-96
3. 5,763 Michael Dougherty 06-07-08
4. 5,475 Joe DiGiacomo 04-05-06
5. 5,472 Kyle Newhall-Caballero 09-10-11
6. 5,007 Kyle Slager 02-03
7. 4,533 Patrick Donnelly 10-12-13
8. 3,313 Eric Webber 97-98-00
9. 3,015 Pete Beatrice 72-73-74
10. 2,954 Joe Potter 81-82-83
Bears In The NFL: Brown has two of its former players on NFL rosters in 2013. Zak DeOssie '07 is a two-time Pro Bowl selection and two-time Super Bowl Champion for the New York Giants. Fullback James Develin '10 is on the New England Patriots' active roster.
Spooney 10th Nationally In Rushing: Senior tailback John Spooney (Northfield, OH), the Ivy League's leading rusher, ran for 125 yards on 27 carries against Yale and is averaging 116.9 yards rushing per game, 10th best in the nation. He's rushed for 818 yards in 2013, and has accumulated 1,193 career rushing yards. Spooney was named the Ivy League Co-Offensive Player of the Week after he set an Ivy League record with two 90-plus yard runs for touchdowns in Brown's 27-0 win over Penn, knocking the Quakers out of first place in the Ivy standings. He scored on the game's first play from scrimmage, running 93 yards for a touchdown, at the time, the third longest ever at Brown. He later outran the Penn defense again for a 94 yard touchdown, the second longest run in Brown football history and the ninth longest in Ivy football history. He finished the game with 232 yards rushing, sixth best in the Brown record book. He was also named the Ivy League and New England Player of the Week for his efforts against the Quakers. Spooney went on a 71-yard TD romp vs. Princeton and finished with 103 yards on nine carries. Spooney rushed for 86 yards and two touchdowns vs. URI, including a 73-yard touchdown run on Brown's first play from scrimmage. He ran for two touchdowns, caught a 24-yard TD pass, and rushed for 102 yards against Georgetown, all in the opening 30 minutes. Spooney came back to run for 110 yards and had touchdown runs of 10 and 34 yards vs. Harvard. The fastest man in the Ivy League, Spooney did not play football last season while exclusively running track. Spooney, a three-time Heptagonal Champion in the 100-meters, ran for 375 yards on 73 carries in 2011, with a breakout game against Cornell, rushing for 156 yards, including an 81-yard touchdown scamper.
Spooney's 70-Plus Yard Runs
94 yards vs. Penn, 11-2-13
93 yards vs. Penn, 11-2-13
81 yards vs. Cornell, 10-22-11
73 yards vs. URI, 10-5-13
71 yards vs. Princeton, 10-19-13
BROWN RUSHING - ONE SEASON
1. 1,727 Nick Hartigan 2005
2. 1,498 Nick Hartigan 2003
3. 1,263 Nick Hartigan 2004
4. 1,213 Michael Malan 2000
5. 1,059 Michael Malan 2001
6. 1,015 Jamie Potkul 1985
7. 994 Michael Malan 1999
8. 910 Marquis Jessie 1996
9. 893 Kirk Little 1987
10. 861 Paul Fichiera 1994
……. 818 John Spooney 2013
Brown's Weekly Award Winners:
9/21/13 Alexaner Jette, PR Ivy League Rookie of the Week
John Spooney, RB Ivy League Honor Roll
Eric Armagost, DB Ivy League Honor Roll
9/28/13 John Spooney, RB Ivy League Honor Roll
Xavier Russo, LB Ivy League Honor Roll
10/5/13 Emory Polley, DB Ivy League Honor Roll
John Spooney, RB Ivy League Honor Roll
Alex Norocea, K Ivy League Honor Roll
10/12/13 Alex Norocea, K Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week
Patrick Donnelly, QB Ivy League Honor Roll
Eric Armagost, DB Ivy League Honor Roll
10/19/13 Michael Walsh, FS Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week
Dan Giovacchini, LB Ivy League Honor Roll
John Spooney, RB Ivy League Honor Roll
10/26/13 Patrick Donnelly, QB Ivy League Honor Roll
Ade Oyalowo, LB Ivy League Honor Roll
Will Twyman,ILB Ivy League Honor Roll
11/2/13 John Spooney, RB NE Football Writers Gold Helmet Award
Ivy League Co-Offensive Player of the Week
Emory Polley, DB Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week
Alex Norocea, K Ivy League Honor Roll
11/9/13 John Spooney, RB Ivy League Honor Roll
Jacob Supron, DB Ivy League Honor Roll
Bear Facts: Brown posted a 3-0 non-league record for the third consecutive season… Junior linebacker Xavier Russo (San Francisco, CA), who ranks fifth on the Brown team with 41 total tackles, intercepted his first career pass vs. Harvard, stopping a Crimson scoring drive and returning it 16 yards. He finished with eight tackles, including a quarterback sack for a loss of 14 yards… Junior wide receiver Brian Strachan's (Wellesley, MA) 22-yard touchdown reception against the Crimson was the first of his career. He made six catches for 63 yards vs. URI… Junior Reilly Higgins (Coto de Caza, CA) also made his first career touchdown reception, making a 22 yard TD grab vs. Bryant. Higgins also had six punt returns for 42 yards…Senior LB Ade Oyalowo (Bowie, MD) ranks fourth on the Brown team with 46 total tackles and ninth in the Ivy League with six tackles for a loss.
Reisner, Coke Pick-Up Rushing Attack: With senior John Spooney sidelined due to injury, senior tailback Jordan Reisner (Highland Park, IL) and sophomore tailback Andrew Coke (Andover, MA) picked up the slack vs. Cornell. Reisner rushed for a season high 110 yards on 19 carries and a 1-yard TD run. Coke came through with 71 yards on the ground on 18 attempts, scoring on a four-yard run.
Evans 6th In Ivy League Receiving: Senior wide receiver Jordan Evans (Brentwood, TN) ranks sixth in the Ivy League in both receiving yards (62.6 yards per game) and receptions per game (5.2). He made nine catches for 74 yards and a touchdown against Yale and had four catches for 104 yards against Cornell, including a 43-yard touchdown reception. Evans hauled in five catches for 108 yards against Bryant, including a diving 42-yard catch and a 22-yard touchdown reception. He also had five catches vs. Princeton. Evans ranks seventh in the Ivy League with 5.0 receptions per game, and leads the Brown wide receivers with two touchdown catches.
Brown In The NCAA FCS Rankings (Top 20):
Interceptions 1st Emory Polley 0.6 per game
Field Goal Percentage 9th Alex Norocea .900 (9-10)
Completion Percentage 10th Patrick Donnelly .662
Rushing Yards Per Game 10th John Spooney 116.9 per game
Punt Returns 15th Alex Jette 11.0 yards per return
Scoring 21st John Spooney 8.6 ppg.
Pass Sacks 22nd Michael Yules 0.8 per game
Yules Leads Ivy League and Ranks 22nd Nationally In QB Sacks: Senior defensive end Michael Yules (South Dartmouth, MA) ranks 11th nationally and leads the Ivy League in sacks with 0.8 per game. Yules had a quarterback sack and three tackles in Brown's win over Penn. He picked up where he left off last year and registered three quarterback sacks against Georgetown, while making five tackles overall. Yules had a sack vs. Princeton, and registered a sack in Brown's win over URI for the Governor's Cup. Yules had a breakout year for the Bears in 2012 and ranked 13th nationally with 13 tackles for a loss of 59 yards. He had 32 tackles overall, and ranked fourth in the Ivy League with 6.5 quarterback sacks. Yules, an Academic All-Ivy selection, was named the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week after he led the Brown defense that held Georgetown to one yard of total offense in the second half and zero first downs after halftime. He had two quarterback sacks for a loss of 13 yards and added another tackle for a loss against the Hoyas.
Norocea Fifth In Ivy League Career Field Goals: Senior kicker Alex Norocea (Hermosa Beach, CA) is one of the top place kickers in Ivy League history with 231 career points, 13th best in the Ivy record book and fifth in Brown football history. Norocea has connected on 40-of-55 career field goals and 111-of-114 career extra points. His 40 career field goals are fifth all-time in the Ivy League record book. He booted two long field goals in Brown's 27-0 win over Penn. Norocea's first field goal came on the final play of the first half, booting a 44 yard field goal as time expired. He also connected on a 45-yard fourth quarter field goal, the second longest of his career. Norocea has connected on 9-of-10 field goals and 30-of-30 extra points in 2013, and has now converted 40-of-55 career field goals. His 7.1 kick-scoring points per game leads the Ivy League. Norocea was named the Ivy League's Special Teams Player of the Week after connecting on field goals of 23 and 38 yards, while converting five-of-five extra points against Bryant. He kicked a 27-yard field goal in Brown's win over URI and made two key tackles on special teams, booted a 32-yard field goal vs. Georgetown and a 23-yarder vs. Harvard. He was the Ivy League's second ranked kick-scorer with 5.3 points per game, converting 9-of-11 field goals and 26-of-26 extra points in 2012. Norocea booted 46-yard field goals vs. Penn and Yale, the longest in the Ivy League last year, and 12th longest all-time at Brown.
BROWN RECORD BOOK: MOST POINTS - CAREER
1. 324 Nick Hartigan 02-03-04-05
2. 290 Steve Morgan 04-05-06-07
3. 252 Michael Malan 99-00-01
4. 240 Sean Morey 95-96-97-98
5. 231 Alex Norocea 10-11-12-13
6. 229 Sean Jensen 98-99-00-01
7. 218 Chas Gessner 99-00-01-02
8. 192 Stephen Campbell 97-98-99-00
9. 186 Dave Fultz 1894-97
10. 156 Bobby Sewall 06-07-08
Polley Leads Ivy League Interceptions: Senior All-Ivy defensive back Emory Polley (University Heights, OH), the nation's leader in interceptions with 0.6 per game. He was named the Ivy League's Defensive Player of the Week after leading Brown's defense to a shutout victory over Penn that knocked the Quakers out of first place in the Ivy League standings, by intercepting two passes against the Quakers. His first interception came deep in Brown territory, at the Bears' four yard line, keeping Penn off the scoreboard. Polley's second interception came in the fourth quarter at the Brown 18 yard line, and he returned it 40 yards. He also had four total tackles in the shutout, including three solo stops. He intercepted two passes in Brown's win over URI, while also making seven tackles. He ranks sixth on the Brown team with 24 tackles. Last year, Polley intercepted four passes, second most in the Ivy League, and made 32 tackles for the season, including 22 solo stops. The versatile Polley also returned kickoffs late in the season and averaged a team high 24.7 yards per return. He led the Ivy League in passes defended in 2012, knocking down 11 passes.
BROWN CAREER INTERCEPTIONS
1. 14 Joe Paterno 47-48-49
14 Greg Parker 93-94-95-96
3. 13 Walt Pastuszak 48-49-50
4. 12 Roderic Parson 94-95-96-97
12 AJ Cruz 09-10-11-12
6. 11 Don Cottey 51-52-53
11 Alex Pittz 96-97-98
11 Pat Allman 89-90-91
9. 10 Frank Finney 56-57-58
10 Tom Clark 73-74-75
10 Walt Cataldo 85-86-87
10 Jamie Gasparella 03-04-05
10 Emory Polley 10-11-12-13
Giovacchini Leads Linebacker Corps: Junior linebacker Dan Giovacchini (Acton, MA), who had an interception vs. Yale last week, leads the Brown team and ranks 11th in the Ivy League with 54 total tackles, including 35 solo stops. He led the Bears with 10 total hits in a 27-0 win over Penn and excelled vs. Cornell, making nine tackles, including seven solo hits and two tackles for a loss of 12 yards. He also recovered a key fumble late in the game against the Big Red. Giovacchini led the Bears with a season high 12 tackles vs. Princeton, including 10 solo hits and a tackle for a loss. He registered a game high 10 tackles against URI, including eight solo stops and a tackle for a loss. Giovacchino had a sack to go along with two tackles vs. Bryant. He made three tackles in Brown's win over Georgetown and five tackles against Harvard. Giovacchini ranked sixth on last year's Brown team with 61 tackles, while his 13.5 tackles for a loss were second on the Brown team and fifth in the Ivy League.
Veteran OL: Three returning starters - senior first team All-Ivy tackle Cole Hooper (Oklahoma City, OK), senior All-Ivy guard Dan Austin (Franklin, TN), and senior left tackle Clay Paino (Tarpon Springs, FL) will anchor Brown's offensive line. The three were key cogs in the Brown offensive line that yielded just one sack per game in 2012, 18th best in the nation. With injuries to the offensive line and tailback position, the trio helped the offensive line to four straight games without a sack to end the season, and did not allow a sack in 7-of-10 games. In addition, Brown's 4.4 yards per rush ranked second in the Ivy League. The Bears will look for senior Nathan Svensson (Provo, UT) to step in at the center position, with senior Ryan McCourt (Scituate, MA) stepping in at guard.
Lattrell Stands Out At LB: Senior linebacker Zack Lattrell (West Newbury, MA) made five tackles and an interception last week vs. Yale. He ranks third on the Brown team in tackles with 47, including 31 solo stops. Lattrell led the Bears with 11 tackles against Harvard, including a tackle for a loss, and had eight tackles vs. Princeton, He had four tackles, including 1.5 for a loss in Brown's win over Penn.
Lundevall 10th All-Time In Ivy League Receptions: Second team All-Ivy senior wide receiver Tellef Lundevall (Highland Park, IL) ranks 19th nationally and fourth in the Ivy League in receptions with 5.9 per game and fifth in the Ivies in receiving yards with 70.9 yards per game. His 202 career receptions ranks 10th best in Ivy League football history. He caught five passes for 106 yards against Penn, and made a 33-yard TD reception vs. Cornell. Lundevall made eight catches for 79 yards vs. Princeton. He had seven receptions for 112 yards vs. Bryant, and made 10 catches for 85 yards in Brown's win over URI. Lundevall opened the season with four catches for 46 yards against Georgetown and made five more receptions vs. Harvard. Lundevall had a terrific 2012 season for the Bears, making 72 catches for 718 yards. His 72 receptions were second in the Ivy League and rank 10th best in Brown football history. He also moved into fifth place in Brown career receptions with 155 catches. Lundevall's 7.2 catches per game ranked 14th nationally. He turned in a record-setting performance against Penn with 17 catches for 170 yards and a touchdown. His 17 receptions rank sixth best in Brown football history.
BROWN PASS RECEPTIONS - CAREER
1. 305 Stephen Campbell 97-98-99-00
2. 294 Chas Gessner 99-00-01-02
3. 251 Sean Morey 95-96-97-98
4. 229 Buddy Farnham 06-07-08-09
5. 210 Bobby Sewall 06-07-08-09
6. 202 Tellef Lundevall 10-11-12-13
7. 155 Lonnie Hill 03-05-06
BROWN YARDS RECEIVING - CAREER
1. 3,850 Sean Morey 95-96-97-98
2. 3,555 Stephen Campbell 97-99-99-00
3. 3,408 Chas Gessner 99-00-01-02
4. 2,895 Buddy Farnham 06-07-08-09
5. 2,440 Jarrett Schreck 02-03-04
6. 2,171 Tellef Lundevall 10-11-12-13
7. 2,144 Lonnie Hill 03-05-06
8. 2,141 Bobby Sewall 06-07-08-09
Walsh Named Ivy League Special Teams Player Of The Week: Bears' sophomore free safety Michael Walsh (Swampscott, MA) was named the Ivy League's Special Teams Player of the Week after scoring his first career TD vs. Princeton. Junior DB Jacob Supron (Mansfield, OH) burst through the line and blocked a punt at the Tigers' five-yard line. Walsh scooped up the ball at the 18-yard line and ran into the end zone for his first career touchdown, giving the Bears a 17-0 advantage.
Jette – 15th Nationally In Punt Returns: Brown freshman wide receiver/return specialist Alexander Jette (North Attleboro, MA) was named the Ivy League's Rookie of the Week following Brown's win over Georgetown, returning four punts for 82 yards, and averaging 20.5 yards per return. His 82 total punt return yards rank 11th on Brown's single-game list for most punt return yards. Jette, who had punt returns of 30, 22, 20 and 10 yards, also made his first collegiate catch for five yards. His 11.0 yards per return rank 15th in the nation.
Brown Head Coach Phil Estes: 16th-year head coach Phil Estes, the 19th head coach and second winningest coach in Brown football history, has brought the Brown football program to an unprecedented level of success, winning three Ivy League Championships (1999, 2005 and 2008), including Brown's first ever outright Ivy title in 2005. His 97 career wins rank 10th all-time among Ivy League coaches. He helped guide Brown's Class of 2009 to two Ivy League titles, the first class in Brown football history to win two Ivy Championships. Estes' Brown teams have also finished second four times and third four times, while compiling an impressive 92-57 overall mark (.610) in 15 seasons. He has also coached and recruited Brown's only four Ivy Players of the Year: Sean Morey '99, James Perry '00, Nick Hartigan '06 and Buddy Farnham '10. A former offensive coordinator at the University of New Hampshire, Estes was also the Bears' recruiting coordinator for four years (1994-1997) and coached the running backs for three years.
Phil Estes' Career Coaching Record:
Year School Overall Record Ivy League Record
1998 Brown 7-3 5-2 (Second)
1999 Brown 9-1 6-1 (First) Ivy League Champions
2000 Brown 7-3 4-3 (Third)
2001 Brown 6-3 5-2 (Third)
2002 Brown 2-8 2-5 (Sixth)
2003 Brown 5-5 4-3 (Second)
2004 Brown 6-4 3-4 (Fourth)
2005 Brown 9-1 6-1 (First) Ivy League Champions
2006 Brown 3-6 2-5 (Sixth)
2007 Brown 5-5 4-3 (Third)
2008 Brown 7-3 6-1 (First) Ivy League Champions
2009 Brown 6-4 4-3 (Third)
2010 Brown 6-4 5-2 (Second)
2011 Brown 7-3 4-3 (Second)
2012 Brown 7-3 4-3 (Third)
Armagost Leads Bears In Solo Tackles: Junior defensive back Eric Armagost (Fayetteville, GA), who intercepted a pass vs. Penn and had five tackles vs. Yale, leads the Brown team with 40 solo tackles. Armagost, who had eight solo stops vs. Princeton, ranks second on the Brown team in tackles with 50 for the season. He came up from the secondary to make 10 tackles against Bryant, including eight solo hits.
Video Scoreboard At Brown Stadium: Brown Football's LED video display scoreboard from Daktronics has 15HD pixel spacing that shows live video and instant replays, scoring information, sponsor advertisements, vivid graphics and colorful animations. Measuring more than 18 feet high by nearly 36 feet wide, the video scoreboard also displays a variety of marketing and promotional vignettes, real-time game statistics and player features.
The Phil Estes Show: For the latest on the Brown Football team, listen to the Phil Estes Show every Thursday evening, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., during the season on WPRV-AM 790. The show is hosted by Scott Cordischi, the play-by-play voice of Brown football, and will be broadcast live from area restaurants. This week's Estes Coaches Show will be held at B. Pinelli's Restaurant, located at 736 North Broadway in East Providence, Rhode Island. The Estes Show can also be heard live on the internet on www.brownbears.com.
How Do You Say That?
Giovacchini joe-vack- keen-nee
Ade Oyalowo oy-a-low-O
Stian Romberg stee-N
Listen To Brown Football: Brown's 10-game football schedule will be aired throughout Rhode Island and Southern New England on WPRV-AM 790 (Providence). The Brown football broadcast team features Scott Cordischi calling the play-by-play, and John Anderson P'11 providing the color commentary.
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Three Brown Games To Be Televised On FOX College Sports: FOX College Sports (FCS) announced that it will televise seven Ivy League football games for the 2013 season. Three Brown games were selected for the schedule, including home games against Princeton and Penn, and the Bears' final regular season game at Columbia.
Next Week – Season Finale At Columbia: Brown will wrap-up its 2013 season on Saturday, November 23 against Columbia in New York City. Game time is 1:30 pm at Wein Stadium.