Senior tight end Ryan Halvorson catches a pass from quarterback Joe Viviano to score Harvard's second touchdown against Yale.
Ditching the majority of (if not all) clothing, dozens of Yale students drew attention for an unusual method of supporting their team. Following response by the Harvard University Police Department, the Bulldogs quickly put their clothes back on.
Yale wide receiver and freshman Reed Klubnik celebrates one of two successful touchdown catches Saturday afternoon.
Harvard fans watch in shock as Yale takes the lead during the Harvard-Yale game Saturday. Harvard was on track to win the 10th Harvard-Yale game in a row but ultimately lost 21-14.
Harvard Stadium was full to capacity for Saturday afternoon's game.
Sophomore tight end Dan Werner celebrates the extra point following Harvard’s second touchdown of the day.
The Yale sideline celebrates its defense forcing an incomplete pass late in the fourth quarter, bringing the Bulldogs even closer to victory.
A defeated Crimson squad walks off the field after time expired, signaling a Bulldog victory.
With the Crimson down 14-7 in the third, senior quarterback joe Viviano found an open senior tight end Ryan Halvorson, 85 above, to tie the game at 14.
With just over four minutes left in the game, Yale freshman receiver Reed Klubnik held on to the ball just long enough to nab the game-winning touchdown.
Senior quarterback Joe Viviano rushes while trying to obtain a first down. The Crimson field marshall struggled on the day, going 16-of-28 for 181 yards.
The Bulldog and Crimson squads huddle up near the 50-yard line prior to the start of The Game.