In this photo from the 2014 Harvard-Yale Game, the most recent playing of the Harvard-Yale game that took place at Harvard, DJ Mott ‘18 shows Yale who is number one. Harvard won the 2014 game 31-24.
Co-captain Abigail Parker is the daughter of long-time Harvard coach Harry Parker, often referred to as "God".
The Harvard student section was raucous during the men's basketball team's 2015 matchup with Yale.
Yale sophomore point guard Makai Mason, shown above being defended by Harvard point guard Siyani Chambers in the 2015 Ivy League playoff, has declared for the NBA Draft.
Harvard enters this year’s matchup between the Crimson and Bulldogs at Payne Whitney Gymnasium with far less to lose than its counterparts from New Haven, who fell, 52-50, at home to Harvard last year.
Wesley Saunders '15, shown above in Harvard's 2014 NCAA Tournament victory over Cincinnati, was traded for fellow Harvard alum Keith Wright '12, in the NBA's D-League
Junior forward Zena Edosomwan, shown in action against Cornell last season, logged career-highs in points and rebounds on Tuesday with 23 and 17, respectively, against BYU.
Harvard men's soccer coach Pieter S. Lehrer.
Harvard-Yale contests typically garner huge crowds compared to other games for Crimson athletics, even beyond football. Harvard fans came out in force at the 2015 Ivy League Men's Basketball Playoff between the Crimson and Bulldogs, even though the game was played at Penn.
Junior guard Corbin Miller, shown in action last season against Northeastern, and the Crimson shot 62 percent from the field in the first half, but the Huskies pulled away in the second half to pull out an 80-71 victory.
Defensive back Sean Ahern, shown during last year's edition of The Game, will captain the Harvard football team in 2016.
Senior running back Paul Stanton, shown the last time Harvard and Yale squared off at the Yale Bowl in 2013, has five touchdowns in the last two contests against the Bulldogs.
The Crimson won the 2014 edition of The Game thanks to a late fourth quarter drive.