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A year after finishing as co-champs in the Ivy League, Dartmouth has struggled its way through this season and sit at the bottom of the 2016 standings.

But that's not to say they are giving games away, far from it. The Big Green have already battled against the conference's best falling by just two points against league-leading Harvard.

This week, they'll get another team at the top of the Ivy League standings -- Princeton.

Outside of an overtime loss to Harvard, the Tigers have run through the conference and that's highlighted by their 214 points scored and only 53 allowed on the year. Princeton has dominated the weaker teams and Dartmouth knows its task at hand.

The Big Green may sit at the bottom of the standings, but it's seemingly been a familiar case in every loss this season. They outplay the opposing team, but give the ball away too many times to win.

Against Brown last weekend, Dartmouth finished with almost 300 more total yards than the Bears, but five costly turnovers led to a three-point loss. If those turnovers don't happen against Princeton, an upset wouldn't be out of the cards.

While Princeton already lost to the Crimson, they could finish as co-champs in the Ivy League, a year after finishing with two wins in conference play.