Crimson staff writer

Jacob D. H. Feldman

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Football

Princeton in Prime Position for Ivy Football Title

The Tigers have quickly gone from pretender (1-9 in 2011), to contender (3rd in the Ivy League in 2012), to undisputed king. It shouldn’t be that easy.

Notebooks

NOTEBOOK: Hot Start Might Be Football’s Best

None of the individual stats are impressive. No Harvard football player had 60 receiving yards, 80 rushing yards, or 200 passing yards Saturday at Columbia. Junior quarterback Conner Hempel completed less than 60 percent of his passes, went a second straight week without a touchdown pass, and threw his fifth interception of the year. But then you look at the score.

Football

Ivy League Title Still Up for Grabs

Given that, it’s hard for me to even call Saturday’s contest a game. It’s even harder for me to get excited about covering it.

FLESH' START
Football

Injury-Plagued Football Squad Relies on Gritty Backups

Just before Saturday’s postgame press conference, an extra chair was added to the front of the room

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Hockey Opens Season With Win Over Quinnipiac

The Harvard women’s hockey team took the ice for its regular season opener without 2012-13 captains Laura Bellamy ’13 and Jillian Dempsey ’13 or stars Josephine Pucci, Lyndsey Fry, or Josephine Piccard, all of whom are current practicing with the U.S. National Team.

Columns

OUT OF LEFT FELD: Changing of the Guard in Ivy League Football

The final notes were the same, but the songs were completely different.

BLACK AND ORANGE
Football

A Conversation with the Daily Princetonian

Columns

AROUND THE IVIES: Football Faces First True Ivy Test

A new application season starts Saturday. When the Princeton football team gets off the bus at Harvard Stadium, the Ivy League will officially begin taking applications for its next gridiron champion.

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Hockey Captain Returns to the Ice

Junior Marissa Gedman’s 2012-2013 season ended facedown on a track during an early morning workout in mid-September.

Columns

Harvard Defense Delivers Knock Out Punch

It always happens so fast.

Football

Football Holds Off Cornell, 34-24

With starting quarterback Conner Hempel inactive, senior Michael Pruneau led the Harvard football team to a 34-24 win on the road.

Football

Harvard Football Shows True Colors in Overtime

It was wacky. It was wild. But in the end, it was another win for the Harvard football team.

Columns

Surprise! Harvard Football Dominant Once Again

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.

Football

Murphy Era of Harvard Football Turns 20

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.

Notebooks

Notebook: Hempel, Hayes, and Hodge Impress Against San Diego

Whatever junior quarterback Conner Hempel did at halftime Saturday, he should do it again next week. And the week after that.

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

blood handprint
Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time