As of a few weeks ago, the Cleveland Browns have emerged as a possible darling of the student body, filling their front office with a selection of Harvard graduates.
After a historic career with the Crimson, McInally made the transition to punter for the Cincannati Bengals. He would go on to lead the league in average punting yardage and was named to the All-Pro team in 1981
During his senior season McInally caught 108 passes for 1,485 yards and 15 touchdowns– all school records at the time .
Upon trying out for and joining the freshmen “Yardlings” football team, McInally immediately established himself as a player to watch on the gridiron.
An artist's rendering of what Drew Faust probably does in her free time.
As an adopted Bostonian, University Drew G. Faust is, of course, a diehard Pats fan. So with the Super Bowl approaching, Flyby went knocking on Mass Hall to ask some hard-hitting questions. But most importantly: who was she going to root for on Sunday?
For the first time since the Ivy League was founded in 1956, the Crimson will play three consecutive road games, at Holy Cross, Princeton, and Dartmouth respectively. This mid-year gauntlet looms as a serious test for Harvard as it pushes for a fourth consecutive league title.
At the heart of the excitement and drama lies a rivalry that stretches back a century and a half. Although football may be the most salient part of this competition, the rivalry is a tradition between Harvard and Yale that runs deeper than the gridiron.
The Sugar Hill, Ga. native won the Crimson’s sixth straight Asa S. Bushnell Cup as the Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year.
The Harvard football team continued to impress even after season’s end, claiming 18 spots on the All-Ivy first and second teams.
Justice Shelton-Moseley took advantage of the big stage, as he delivered several game-changing plays at the Yale Bowl on Saturday, but several other Crimson athletes had performances that were just as commendable.
Freshman wide receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley waltzes untouched into the end zone during the 132nd playing of The Game. The rookie notched 153 all-purpose yards in the Crimson's 38-19 victory.
It’s safe to say receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley had a decent season for a freshman.