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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.
Defensive back Sean Ahern, shown during last year's edition of The Game, will captain the Harvard football team in 2016.
Senior defensive back Sean Ahern was named Harvard football’s 143rd captain at the team’s banquet Monday night. He succeeds linebacker Matt Koran to become the 12th consecutive defensive player to take on the role of Crimson captain.
While most Harvard student-athletes do not pursue careers in professional sports, a select few are able to make the leap. Not only do some of them make the pros, but some of them also shine.
Murphy’s Law is a commonly known adage that posits that anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. But just because your last name is Murphy does not mean that this law applies, especially if your first name is Tim and you coach the Harvard football team. In fact, there seems to be a very different Murphy’s Law in place in Cambridge, and the result is a system that not only doesn’t fail most of the time, but also refuses to fail.
With Thanksgiving on Thursday and the despair of finals week around the corner, here are some #HY2015 stats so Crimson fans can continue to revel in their victory a little bit longer.
Audrey Green '19 performs with Harvard Cheerleading during the Crimson's Saturday game at New Haven.
Harvard students cheer as the Crimson faces the Yale Bulldogs in New Haven.
Harvard students wait in line in front of Lowell House for the Harvard Student Agencies’ shuttles to Yale on Friday afternoon.
A festive group of Harvard students revel in the action of the game.
Freshman wide receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley jogs into the end zone for one of his three touchdown scores of the afternoon.