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Loss of Pedro, Loss of Faith

Living in Boston as a Red Sox fan for the last year has been like riding a rollercoaster of epic

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WHAT A'BOUT ROB?: Looking Ahead to Football's '05 Season

Thanksgiving doesn’t seem right without football. Like many of you, I spent a lot of my time last Thursday in

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After the Tailgate: What to Expect

Quarterback Both Harvard and Yale boast one player who has essentially taken every important snap on the season for his

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Embrace

Not everyone who went to Harvard or Yale has been to more than even one football game in their lives.

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WHAT A'BOUT' ROB?: Former Football Players Reflect on Experience

Junior Mike Duda has a lot in common with Harvard captain Ryan Fitzpatrick. Both of them were incredible high school

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And the handoff goes to...

In the Harvard football team’s game against Dartmouth last weekend, tailback Nick Carrington knew that he probably wouldn’t be seeing

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CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT: Harvard Can Learn From ALCS Tragedy

After one of the most thrilling and inspiring comebacks in sports history climaxed a week ago today with the Red

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Receiver Tandem Sparks Crimson

Harvard senior wide receiver Brian Edwards has not been able to put up the same kinds of Herculean numbers that

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FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Dawson’s Road Into Record Books Hits Obstacle

For the first time in a long time, sophomore tailback Clifton Dawson did not pass the century mark. A stalwart

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CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT: Coaches Deserve Short Leash

In his column last Friday, Alex Sherman wrote that, “Harvard can do a much better job of promoting sporting event...the

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Men's Lacrosse

Late Tally Lifts M. Lacrosse Over Bulldogs

After losing to Yale in each of their first three years, the seniors on the Harvard men’s lacrosse team were

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CHAMPIONSHIP BOUTWELL: Mirror Wins For Phil And Sox

I tried. I really did. This space is supposed to be reserved every other Tuesday for my thoughts on Harvard

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BASEBALL 2004: Hale Storm

Ramirez, Garciaparra, Ortiz, Nixon, and Varitek. The heart of the order for the Boston Red Sox reads like a list

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CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT: Spring Forward Into New Season

Skimming through The Crimson’s sports section yesterday, it was impossible not to be struck by just how great a time

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CHAMPIONSHIP BOUTWELL: Baseball Openers Spell Success

The Harvard baseball team’s opening weekend in Lubbock, Texas ended much the way it began: with the Crimson’s record standing

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Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018

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Class of 2018: By the Numbers

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An Evil Woman

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