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More Like Art Than Science

Object: Two teams with 11 players on the field attempt to score points by putting the ball behind their opponents'

How Recruiting Works

Athletic recruiting is an arduous, year-long process involving a few admissions officers, dozens of coaches, hundreds of alumni, and thousands

The Poetry of The Game

Object: Two teams with 11 players on the field attempt to score points by putting the ball behind their opponents'

Brown Looks to Trick Gridders

Brown football Coach John Rosenberg misses his Snickers bars. "It's Halloween weekend and I can't go trick-or-treating," the 1967 Harvard


PRINCETON, N.J.--It wasn't raining here Saturday, but the football game looked like it was being played underwater. Princeton won a

Wing-T, Take Two

They're like Napolean's army without any cannons, or a Blitzkrieg without any bombs. The Tigers' long-ball threat is dead. Because

The Tale of the Cynics and the Believers

Imagine for a moment that all of humanity is divided into two distinct groups: the Cynics and the Believers. The

Scout's Honor

Every Saturday they get the best seats in the Stadium, with plenty of free Cokes and oranges. They are allowed

Tribe Wigs Wam-less Gridders, 24-0

WILLIAMSBURG, VA.--For the first time in nearly half a century, the Harvard football team suffered its second consecutive shutout loss

Tribal Warfare

Indian names are as much a part of football as pigskins and point spreads. In the NFL, the Kansas City

Crusaders Unholy in Victory

"It's an unspoken courtesy that you don't do that sort of thing. But it's not against the rules." --Harvard football

Playing with God on Your Side

God won't be pacing the sidelines at the Stadium tomorrow, and He won't be throwing any touchdown passes. But He'll

Super Bowl Bound

Ah, the sweet smell of victory. The pungent aroma of squished, decaying fish. The olfactory stimulation of rotting marine organisms.

Pollster Ke-Bob

The other day I was inside the Coop, minding my own business while trying on a pair of official Harvard-Yale

Defense Overwhelms Quakers, 17-6

The Quakers were cocky. And deservedly so. Winners of 13 straight Ivy league contests, including a 38-7 massacre of Harvard

Special Teams

In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard


A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes