Brad Hinshelwood

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PARTING SHOT: Parting Words Provide Choices

A Commencement Choose Your Own Adventure! Good afternoon, ______ (members of the Harvard Class of 2037, Mrs. Edison’s fifth grade

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BRAD AS I WANNA BE: Two Classes of Players Missed in Spring Game

As Harvard took to the field for its Spring Game on Saturday night, the Crimson faithful got its first look

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Men's Crew

Men’s Crew Prepares To Sink Rivals

Polls don’t mean much when it comes to determining champions, but when the No. 2 men’s lightweight crew takes to

Men's Basketball

BRAD AS I WANNA BE: Recruits Bring Hope to Crimson

Monday night saw the end of yet another men’s college basketball season that didn’t include Harvard in its postseason tournaments.

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Football

BRAD AS I WANNA BE: Tough For Yale To Do Better than Siedlecki

What (other than the obvious) is wrong with Yale? Many people outside of New Haven were surprised when Bulldogs coach

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NOTEBOOK: Crimson Amps Ground Game

Harvard’s running game, the weaker point of the offense all season, became the focal point on Saturday and responded with

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Previews

THE GAME '08: A b.good Blogger

“I’m still getting used to the concept of being a ‘blogger’ and accepting the inevitable ridicule that comes with it

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Football

Penn Picked Off

PHILADELPHIA—The demons of Franklin Field seemed to be rising again. The Crimson, an abysmal 1-12 at the Philadelphia landmark since

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Special Teams Plague Harvard

The Crimson, sitting 7-1 overall and in position to make a run at a second consecutive Ivy title, faces its

IN A LEAGUE OF HIS OWN
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NOTEBOOK: Brown Loss Revives Title Hope

Yesterday’s win, coupled with a Brown loss to Yale, put the Crimson into a three-way tie for first in the

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Just Enough for a Win

PRINCETON, N.J.—Three lead changes, one tie, a late score, and a critical sack that highlighted a game-ending defensive stand. The

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Mountain of a Showdown

The facts are clear enough: the Crimson will play Lehigh tomorrow at 12:30 in Harvard Stadium. But that doesn’t mean

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NOTEBOOK: Crimson Defense Rattles Ford

Coming into Saturday’s contest, Cornell quarterback Nathan Ford hadn’t taken a sack in the first three games, despite attempting 111

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BRAD AS I WANNA BE: I-A, Bowls In Ivy Future?

Ivy athletics, especially football, stand at a crossroads, though you’d never know it by the looks of things on Saturdays.

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NOTEBOOK: Long Drives Play Keep Away

Time of possession was at least partially the Crimson’s undoing on Saturday, as Brown controlled the football for long drives

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia

Unlocking the Map
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Unlocking the Map