Harvard vs. Holy Cross: The Details

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For the fourth consecutive season, Harvard is holding its first home football game under the lights with a night game, this year against Holy Cross. Whether you're interested in football or don't care much for the sport, here's the information you need to know.

The Football

The game starts tonight at Harvard Stadium at 7 p.m.

If you're not able to get to the game, The Crimson's sports board is live-blogging it here. And regardless of whether you're able to make it, read our interview with football Head Coach Tim Murphy.

The Non-Football

The Undergraduate Council is partnering with the Department of Athletics to hold a tailgate tonight. A barbecue that started at the top of this hour will serve the first 250 students who arrive, and students who enter a free raffle could win an iPad, as well as, in the words of the UC's e-mail, "other great prizes."

If you're going, make sure you enter through the student entrance, since that's where they're handing out free pom-poms.

Shuttles are running continuously, picking up students from the Quad and the Yard.

Photo by Pamela Jimenez Cardenas/The Harvard Crimson.

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