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I roll out of bed at 8:45 on game day (you know, The Game), ready to document the event for posterity. First stop: the pancake breakfast in Annenberg to meet up with my fellow game-day warriors. We then head to a sad pregame in a freshman dorm. The theme of the pregame is “Too many Cooks.” Libations are poured to Smarf, the picaresque anti-hero of the 11 minute video. I’m offered some alcohol. I don’t take it for reasons of journalistic integrity, obviously.
Give Harvard students a week to prepare for something, and you will not be disappointed with the results.
On the contrary, Scott Peters stands out as someone who has succeeded at a variety of times and in a multitude of contests.
In the 131st playing of The Game, Fischer’s last-minute touchdown provided a fulfilling ending to an afternoon of emotional twists and turnovers.
On behalf of our football program, I would like to thank the entire Harvard community for an incredible response to the Harvard-Yale Game and ESPN’s College GameDay being on campus last weekend.
Junior wide receiver Andrew Fischer scored two touchdowns, including the game-winner, on Saturday against Yale.
Junior wideout Andrew Fischer caught a go-ahead, 35-yard touchdown pass with less than a minute remaining to give Harvard a 31-24 lead that it would not relinquish.
Junior wideout Andrew Fischer celebrates after scoring the game-winning touchdown.