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Viviano Out

By Sarah P Reid
Harvard junior quarterback Joe Viviano, pictured above in Nov. 14, 2014 action against Columbia, will not play the rest of the season, according to Harvard coach Tim Murphy. Viviano played sparingly his first two years with the team but was locked in a battle for the starting job with senior Scott Hosch.
Harvard junior quarterback Joe Viviano, pictured above in Nov. 14, 2014 action against Columbia, will not play the rest of the season, according to Harvard coach Tim Murphy. Viviano played sparingly his first two years with the team but was locked in a battle for the starting job with senior Scott Hosch.

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