Upon Further Review: Every Zone Has A Hole

Published by Jacob D. H. Feldman on September 30, 2012 at 3:12AM

In the second installment of a new weekly series, we break down the ins and out of the Harvard football team. This week, we dissect how Crimson receivers have been getting open against opposing defenses.

Through three weeks of play, senior quarterback Colton Chapple has averaged nearly 10 yards per passing attempt en route to seven touchdowns through the air compared to just one interception. Five receivers have eight catches and over 140 yards thanks to their ability to spread opposing defenders out and find the open space that is sure to come as a result. Even Brown's preseason All-American cornerback A.J. Cruz could not stop the potent Harvard attack.