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Junior wideout Andrew Fischer, along with senior receiver Seitu Smith, will continue to develop in their similar and versatile roles this season.
If you forget who junior wide receiver Andrew Fischer and senior wideout Seitu Smith II are now that the pair have switched their jersey numbers to No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, just remember they are the fast guys.
Junior unning back Paul Stanton looks to build on a strong sophomore season in which he ran for 936 yards and scored 17 touchdowns
Tim Murphy enters his 21st season with the Crimson this year as Al Bagnoli prepares for his final run-through at Penn with 23 seasons under his belt.
After many battles, senior defensive end Zach Hodges and junior tackle Cole Toner’s face-offs are largely mental.
Juniors Jordan Becerra (31), Scott Peters (44), and Sean Ahern (6) will join captain Norman Hayes (7) in the Crimson’s secondary this year.
The conversation about Ivy League schedule reform has started. Will university administrators and conference officials respond?
You have never seen senior Zach Hodges quite like this, you might have thought if you went to Harvard football practice this week.
While Crimson athletes across many sports made news this summer, basketball, football, and crew all had multiple current and former athletes making headlines.
Tuesday morning, 45 days before the Harvard football team kicks off its season against Holy Cross, the Ivy League released its 2014 Preseason Media Poll and hosted a marathon teleconference with each coach in the conference and select media members. A lot came out of the conversation.
Coach Tim Murphy will look to win Harvard's 16th Ivy League football title during the 2014 season. The Crimson is projected to finish second in the league, as per the conference's preseason media poll.
On Thursday, the NFL announced that the former Minnesota Vikings and Baltimore Ravens center has been named Director of Football Development.
Junior defensive end Zachary Hodges continued to be a threat to opposing offenses from all over the Ivy League this season.
On Oct. 26, the undefeated Harvard and Princeton football teams faced off in Cambridge, with the winner earning the driver’s seat in the race for an Ivy League championship. The showdown featured nearly a thousand yards of offense, close to 100 total points scored, and lasted just under four hours.