Jacob D. H. Feldman
It always happens so fast.
With starting quarterback Conner Hempel inactive, senior Michael Pruneau led the Harvard football team to a 34-24 win on the road.
It was wacky. It was wild. But in the end, it was another win for the Harvard football team.
It’s easy to forget today, but for a moment in the third quarter Saturday, Brown breathed life. The Bears had just marched 80 yards in less than four minutes. Brown running back John Spooney finished the drive with a 34-yard touchdown scamper that brought the visitors within 11, 31-20. There was plenty of time left.
Twenty years into his Harvard tenure, football coach Tim Murphy reflects on the most memorable games, seasons, and players of his career with the Crimson.
Whatever junior quarterback Conner Hempel did at halftime Saturday, he should do it again next week. And the week after that.
Making predictions about the upcoming Harvard football season is a lot like reviewing a movie before stepping into the theater.
The life of an NFL rookie isn’t easy. Just ask Kyle Juszczyk ’13.
As you may have noticed, there is no separate sports section this Monday, as there has been for years. Many of the stories that would have been in that section appear here in the flagship daily paper, but some do not.
The Harvard football team is the highest ranked Ivy in the FCS Coaches Preseason Poll, which was released Tuesday.
Treavor Scales capped off a decorated career at Harvard with a 63-yard touchdown run. The play sealed the victory for the Crimson at the Game, 39-34.
The Ivy League’s continued rejection of postseason play for football has left players, coaches, and fans disappointed about the missed opportunity for the best of the Ivy League to test itself on the gridiron against the nation’s elite in a quest to win a national championship.
This weekend, an NFL team will draft Harvard senior Kyle Juszczyk. The Crimson standout has had official visits with a ...
For five innings, a pair of freshman pitchers dueled as the Harvard softball team remained in a scoreless deadlock against Boston University. In the sixth inning, the bats struck back.
Recently, the Ivy League and Harvard have prioritized preventing and treating concussions. But despite this, every year, the concussions keep coming.