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Everyone seems to have an opinion as to who will win the 114th Harvard-Yale Game, from celebrities to professors to journalists.
Professional figure skater Paul Wylie '91 echoed the fears of all Crimson fans with his comments, although he still believes Harvard will emerge victorious by a score of 24-10.
"They're [Harvard] playing really wll, but the Yale Game is always a surprise," Wylie said. "We have to expect a good fight."
Professor of Afro-American Studies Cornell R. West '74 was a little more forceful in his beliefs.
"25-0 Harvard, since Harvard already has the title," said West.
However, Massachusetts Senator Edward M.Kennedy '54-'56 was the most outrageous in his prediction: 88-0 Harvard. There was an explanation for the score: 88 was the number Kennedy wore during his senior season when he lost to Yale.
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