The Game: Cornell at Harvard
The Site: The Stadium
The Crowd: A crowd of approximately 12,000 is expected
Kickoff: 1:30 p.m.
Records: Harvard 1-2-0 (1-0-0 Ivy), Cornell 0-3-0
Series: Harvard leads 28-18-2 in a series that dates back to 1890
Last Harvard Win Over Cornell: 1982 25-12
Last Cornell Win Over Harvard: 1979 41-14
Last Tie: 1983 3-3
Current Streaks: Harvard four games
Longest Streak: Harvard, 10 games
Last Shutout: 1968, Harvard, 10-0
The Broadcast: Radio stations WHRB (93.5 FM), WMRE (1510 AM) and WPLM (99.1 FM) will carry the game live Bob Games will handle WMRE's play by play, with former Harvard quarterback Mike Lynch providing color commentary. WHRB's Jim Rosenthal and Ed Stiel will call the game for the student station.
Other Ivy League games: Pennsylvania at Brown, Princeton at Columbia, Dartmouth at Yale
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