Brown vs. Dartmouth can be seen live on ONE World Sports at 12 p.m. ET, or also streamed via Whistle Sports on Facebook.

After finishing as co-champs in the Ivy League a year ago, things haven't gone too well for Dartmouth this season. The Big Green have battled in every game, but come into this one with a disappointing 1-4 conference record. Their most two most recent losses were by a combined four points.

Brown has a worse overall record, but come into this with two Ivy League wins, most recently beating Yale. The Bears remain a team that can compete, but they don't have enough to take the next step into the upper echelon of the conference.

In last year's meeting, Dartmouth led the entire way after jumping to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, and that lead eventually extended to 34-6 in the third. 

But with how the Big Green have played this year, especially offensively, nothing is certain. They have scored just 82 points in five conference games this year. However, on the other end of that, Brown have given up the second-most points in the Ivy. Something will have to give in this up.

And if it doesn't, another close game that comes down to the wire should be expected. The Big Green don't have the offense to blow out teams this season, while can't seem to hold anyone down. Which will win out in this one?