After spending last week in the number 16 spot--its highest ranking since 1982--the Harvard football team this week dropped out of the Division I-AA national top 20.
The Crimson is now 2-1, thanks to a 21-14 loss to William & Mary on Saturday. The Tribe was ranked fifth nationally going into the game, and now holds the number three spot in Division I-AA.
Harvard is still ranked--eighth--in the Division I-AA Lambert Trophy poll, which rates teams from the East.
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