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Football Owns Ivy League Record 16-Game Road Streak

Photo courtesy of Gil Talbot
Photo courtesy of Gil Talbot

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – With the win over Brown Saturday, Harvard football extended its Ivy League record road win streak to 16, posting the longest run since the Ancient Eight was formed in 1956.

Dartmouth had held the previous mark, rattling off 14-straight wins away from home from 1995-97. Harvard also owns the longest active road winning streak in the FCS, trailing only Ohio State (19) for the longest in all Division I.

Below is the full list of longest road winning streaks by Ivy League schools.

Harvard 16 (2012-current)
Dartmouth 14 (1995-97)
Penn 13 (2002-04)
Yale 12 (2005-07)
Brown 8 (1998-2000)
Princeton 7 (1964-65)
Cornell 4 (1990)
Columbia 3 (1996)

 
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