Entering the third week of play, there have yet to be any particularly outstanding upsets or surprises from the Ivy League.
After a weekend in Providence, the Crimson return to Harvard Stadium where they take on another undefeated foe in Georgetown. Harvard comes off two wins against Rhode Island and Ivy League rival Brown.
Senior Anthony Firkser makes a block to create an opening for his teammate to run through during the Crimson’s home opener against Rhode Island on September 16. Firkser made an impact right from the start, catching seven passes from senior Joe Viviano for 111 yards and two touchdowns in the 51-21 win.
Last Friday night in Harvard Stadium, senior quarterback Joe Viviano started his first game and accounted for 341 total yards, leading the Crimson to a season-opening win over Rhode Island.
Senior quarterback Joe Viviano releases one of his 32 passes in Friday's season opener against Rhode Island. The senior racked up 341 total yards as Harvard won 51-21.
Last year, the Harvard football team's season began with a 41-10 thumping of Rhode Island in Kingston. Tonight, the venue switches, as the Crimson will host the Rams here at Harvard Stadium.
Harvard coach Ted Donato, seen behind the bench during a game against RPI, has overseen the ups and downs of the program during his 12-year tenure with Harvard.
Since being one of the Crimson's top recruits, Vesey has developed into the nation's best player, winning the Hobey Baker Award this season.
Ted Donato has now spent 12 years behind the bench with the Crimson.
Meanwhile, Paul Pearl has spent the last two seasons on the Harvard sideline.
Jan. 15: With the Crimson facing a 1-0 third-period deficit against St. Lawrence, Vesey, shown in later action, scored three times in less than five minutes to give the Crimson a win and the senior his first career hat trick.
March 12: Vesey's final career goal at the Bright Center pushed the Crimson's lead to 6-2 over RPI in Game 2 of the ECAC Quarterfinals, helping Harvard punch its ticket to Lake Placid.
Alicia Oeser, the director of the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, sits in a May 20, 2016 portrait.