Balancing a fine passing attack with awesome defensive play, The Crimson repated an annual tradition Saturday morning, thrashing the Yale Daily News 23-2.
Despite the efforts of the traitorous Yale Daily players who were forced to join the meager Crime squad, the Crimson's offense moved easily down the field to three touchdowns and a pair of two-point conversions.
The News' players displayed a unique lack of coordination, fumbling eight times and running off in the middle of the game to study at Sterling Library.
QB Dave "Watch Him Throw" Frankel's touchdowns came when he lofted high spirals to ace end Bill 'Thrill a Minute" McKibben who carried it into the end zone, aided by fine pass blocking from Susie "Short but Sassy" Spring.
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