It's been a few years now(2013) since the Patriot League has gone to offering scholarships save Georgetown. Last year the Patriot teams went 7-3 vs Ivy schools(almost 8-2 except Princeton's 35-31 victory) including scores of 49-28, 63-35 and 55-13 vs PENN, Princeton, Harvard and Yale with Colgate, Fordham and especially Lehigh dominating victories. At some point you would think the coaches and alumni would become frustrated and want to change the playing field. If this trend continues do you think it is time for the Ivy schools to consider giving out football scholarships to draw back top recruits? Now I'm not advocating dropping the AI for admittance standards mind you.
On a side not I don't think it's a coincidence that Georgetown(who doesn't offer scholarships) is the doormat of the Patriot League. Almost unfair playing field for them to try and compete vs other Patriot schools.