The Crimson’s 23.4 average margin of victory is 10 points larger than any other Ivy team’s. And it’s hungry.
A level head combined with a competitive streak has helped senior Wesley Saunders become Ivy League Player of the Year and a top-notch prankster.
Harvard scored three touchdowns on interception returns. Another came on a one-yard drive following a fumble recovery.
At the end of this column (no peeking), I am going to write something I never expected to see in this paper this season. I certainly would not have predicted this column before the season started, back when so many fresh feet were tasked with filling such big cleats on defense.
Will Dartmouth win its biggest home game in 17 years? Would Horace Mann beat Columbia in football? Columnist Jacob D.H. Feldman tackles these questions in this week's ATI.
After missing a month with an injured back, senior quarterback Conner Hempel returned to put together a career performance while guiding the Harvard football team to a 49-7 thumping of Princeton.
Hempel completed 25 of his 31 passes for a career-high 382 yards and three touchdowns. The senior quarterback rushed for an additional pair of scores.
The truth will come out over the next five weeks, starting Saturday when Harvard travels to Princeton. But the full diagnosis might not be clear until the final week of the year. The Ancient Eight schedule sets up for as much drama as any primetime show on FOX, writes columnist Jacob D.H. Feldman.
Two big plays from junior receiver Andrew Fischer and one from junior running back Paul Stanton have the Harvard football team up 17-0 over Lafayette at halftime.
In advance of the dunk contest at Crimson Madness, men's basketball writer Jacob D. H. Feldman conducted a survey of each contestant about their dunking styles, inspirations, and more.
Jacob D.H. Feldman can't write a good sports story.
Jacob Feldman previews this week's games and explains why Cornell doesn't belong in the Ivy League.
In the Crimson’s first-ever matchup against Georgetown, Harvard got on the board early and never let up.
With the University administration asking for student thoughts on the General Education program and fans wondering about the state of the Ivy League, I figured I would help both at the same time.
If football means referees and crowds and television and storylines too, then that moment with just over four minutes remaining might have been the biggest of the night.