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Harvard coach Tim Murphy has built his own "school within a school" through his time with the Crimson program.
Harvard Head Football Coach Tim Murphy says he helps connect roughly two players a year with prep schools that will help them develop academically and athletically.
Zack Hodges ‘15 took a post-graduate year at Phillips Exeter Academy. He was helped by football coach Tim Murphy, who helps connect roughly two players a year with prep schools so they can develop academically and athletically.
Although wide receiver Ricky Zorn ‘14 has not seen the field after getting injured again, he appreciates leaving for a semester instead of experiencing his senior spring on campus.
While The Game is the centerpiece of the weekend, it will itself last only a few hours, and it will leave the weekend nights wide open for celebrating (Yale) or drinking away your sorrows (take a guess).
As a future veterinarian, I have to objectively say that there is no worse mascot than a bulldog.
On many teams across the league, players work with the system to get the most out of their four years of eligibility. Some might do it to improve their professional prospects, but most are simply looking to be more competitive, help their team, and play the game they love for a little bit longer.
The Smith brothers always knew they wanted to play football. Now, for the first time, they are able to do so together.
Junior wide receiver Andrew Fischer, pictured in the win against Princeton, has been instrumental in the momentum of Harvard's offense this season.
Junior running back Paul Stanton carries the ball during last year's win in New Haven. This year, Stanton and the Crimson look to achieve a perfect 10-0 season.
Assistant Director of Athletic Communications Alli Miller prepares a camera for the football game.