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Harvard Turnovers Give Yale 34-24 Win in 117th Meeting

For the past two years, the only consistency the Harvard football team has maintained is its ability to let games

Crimson Turns Over 117th to Yale

For the past two years, the only consistency the Harvard football team has maintained is its ability to let games

Position by Position, Harvard Trumps Yale

On paper, Harvard's football team is clearly better than Yale's. But what's on paper doesn't always dictate what happens on

Football Notebook: Crimson Can't Overcome Mistakes

PHILADELPHIA--The Harvard football team came agonizingly close to beating Penn and then needing to beat only Yale to claim at

Football Notebook: The Other Offensive Miscues

The Harvard Football Team administered another drubbing to a sub-par Ivy opponent on Saturday, beating Columbia, 34-0. But, unlike last

Mack the Knife: It Was Just Dartmouth

The Harvard football team is good, good enough to have a shot at the Ivy League title. But don't overstate

Football beats Princeton, moves into 5 way tie for Ivy lead.

PRINCETON N.J.--Facing a must-win game against Princeton on Saturday, the Harvard football team relied on junior quarterback Neil Rose to

No. 15 Lehigh Grounds Football's 'O'

The No. 15 Lehigh football team was too fast, too strong and too experienced for Harvard to expect to win

Football rolls past Lafayette

EASTON, Penn.--It's a football cliche: quarterbacks have to find their second and third options in the passing game. Junior Neil

Football Looks to Outshoot Leopards

The Harvard football team enters this weekend's Lafayette on a high note after a 42-37 win over defending Ivy champion

Harvard Explodes For 42 points, Beats Brown

PROVIDENCE, R.I.--Isaac Bruce and Kurt Warner didn't suit up for the Harvard football team on Saturday, but the offensive explosion

A New Regime Begins at Brown

The Harvard football team likes to pass in order to set up the run, but tomorrow at noon in Providence

Crimson Can't Convert

In a game in which Holy Cross tried its best to lose, the Harvard football team's offense did it one

Fresh Blood

The Harvard football team enters the 2000 season with question marks all over the field. The Crimson, ranked fifth in

No. 13 M. Lax Falls to No. 9 Cornell

The erstwhile No. 13 Harvard men's lacrosse team (5-2, 1-1 Ivy) lost 12-7 to No. 9 Cornell (6-1, 2-0 Ivy)

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