The 20th-ranked Dartmouth football team had no less than 17 players earn a total of 18 All-Ivy League honors, eight of which were on the first team.
Cody Fulleton, who had eight tackles, a forced and recovered fumble, and a key sack late in the fourth quarter, is the first Big Green lineman to earn the honor in 24 years.
Dartmouth scored the game-winning touchdown with 24 seconds to play to earn a share of the Ivy League title for the first time in 19 years.
Buddy Teevens and Dalyn Williams were named the New England Coach of the Year and the Bulger Lowe Award winner, respectively, by the Greater Gridiron Club of Boston.
A victory over Princeton in the season finale televised by American Sports Network would give Dartmouth at least a share of its 18th Ivy League crown.
This weekend was a weekend of personal bests. Senior Dana Giordano had her best race of the season, senior Vernon Harris had his best performance in a win at Brown.
Vernon Harris and Ryder Stone were named the Ivy League Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week, respectively.
In a game featuring 13 turnovers, Dartmouth built up a 34-6 lead then held on to defeat the Bears for the third straight year and join Harvard and Penn atop the standings.
Brown features the third-best passing offense in the FCS, but the Dartmouth defense has allowed fewer points than any team in the nation.
Big Green Grind out 21-3 Win Over Cornell
Will McNamara, David Caldwell and Folarin Orimolade were all named to the 2015 CFPA FCS Defensive Awards Watch List.