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Bright Hopes
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Bright Hopes

This Saturday the Crimson opens Ivy play with an away contest against Brown.

Athletic AF
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Football Overcomes Slow Start to Dispatch Brown, 32-22

​This Saturday Harvard football rushed past Brown, 32-22, in the Ivy League opener for both teams.

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Athletic AF

Senior tight end Anthony Firkser totaled over 75 receiving yards for the second straight game, and the Crimson escaped a feisty Brown squad for a 32-22 victory.

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A Stake in History

​As Harvard football looks to claim its fourth consecutive Ancient Eight crown, the team deals with integrating a new quarterback, as well as the loss of 14 All-Ivy selections.​​

Saint X Gon' Give to Ya
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Saint X Gon' Give to Ya

Harvard captain Sean Ahern's connections to football run deep thanks to the ties both his family and home area has with the sport.

Weight For It
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Weight For It

Harvard hopes its offseason work will give it a competitive advantage in 2016.

Weight For It
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Football Focuses on Fitness

If the inaugural 1873 team managed to transport itself to the 21st century and walked through the Yard, it would be a surprise if anyone managed to identify the members as football players from among the throngs of students and tourists.

Viva Viviano
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Viva Viviano

Harvard will rely heavily this season on the right arm of senior Joe Viviano.

Back At It Again
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Back At It Again

After its (perhaps) long awaited absence, Ivy League football is back.

Back At It Again
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AROUND THE IVIES: A League of its Own

Tell me, what’s better than a little Ivy League action this Saturday? I mean, excluding the big SEC matchup of Ole Miss and Georgia. Or Wisconsin-Michigan State. Or Alabama-Kent State. Or staring at a blank wall.

No Contact
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No Contact Zone

This year the Ivy League is instituting new tackling rules to try and combat football's most talked about injury- concussions.

Viva Viviano
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Viva Viviano

The Crimson offense has a new leader this year.

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No Contact

With increased research on concussions in football, Ivy League teams are taking the steps needed to prevent future harm.

Saint X Gon' Give to Ya
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His Father's Son

Here in southwest Ohio, football isn’t life-or-death. But it can be your life. Sean Ahern, the 143rd captain of Harvard football, understands this fact. Put more simply: “Football is a big deal where I come from.”

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Team Player

Senior Anthony Firkser makes a block to create an opening for his teammate to run through during the Crimson’s home opener against Rhode Island on September 16. Firkser made an impact right from the start, catching seven passes from senior Joe Viviano for 111 yards and two touchdowns in the 51-21 win.