PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- Nick Hartigan scored two touchdowns,
including the winning score early in the fourth quarter, leading
Brown past Yale 24-17 on Saturday.
Hartigan rushed for 135 yards on 41 carries for Brown (5-3, 3-2
Ivy). He scored the go-ahead touchdown four seconds into the fourth
quarter on a 1-yard run.
Alvin Cowan threw for two touchdowns and completed 31 of 57
passing attempts for 419 yards for Yale (4-4, 2-3). He was
intercepted three times.
Yale took a 17-7 lead in the second quarter on Cowan's 19-yard
strike to Ashley Wright and a 1-yard touchdown pass to Ralph Plumb,
who caught 18 passes for 258 yards.
Brown answered with 56 seconds remaining in the first half with
an 11-yard pass from Joe DiGiacomo to David Turner. DiGiacomo
completed 19 of 25 passes for 240 yards.
Brown opened the scoring on a four-yard run by Hartigan with
10:39 remaining in the first quarter.
Jarret Schreck caught 9 passes for 160 yards for Brown.
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