In the first ever meeting between Harvard and Howard, the Crimson running backs were nearly unstoppable, logging 288 yards and seven touchdowns. Harvard's defense tallied an impressive seven sacks and three punt blocks in the afternoon contest.
Harvard's defense held the dynamic Cornell rushing attack to only 36 total yards. Likewise, the Crimson offense was perfect from the red zone, scoring on all three entires into the territory. Prior to the contest, the Big Red was first in the nation in red zone defense.
At a more micro level, the duel looks similar to past years as well. By virtue of being division rivals, the two squads know each other well.
Six varsity captains — of tennis, fencing, and soccer — block together in Adams House, making for a supportive environment.
The former Crimson editor can now be seen on "MLB Tonight."
Fresh off a decisive victory against Howard, Harvard will face an Ivy League foe this weekend, and other Ivy League football news.
The Crimson treats its fall off-season as practice, however, and is optimistic about future results.
There is no doubt that any Harvard-Yale matchup has a little extra buzz to it, but when both teams have identical records and are vying for a top spot in the conference, it is safe to say that there was a lot more surrounding this game than just the historical rivalry.
With results coming in like a broken record, it was only a matter of time before the Crimson started breaking records, and the squad did just that on Sunday, setting a new program mark for consecutive victories.
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Under the bright lights and cheers of a home crowd, Harvard logged its largest victory since September 2017 in its first Ancient Eight contest of the season.
Harvard started the season with two wins from three, but has fallen to 2-8 through the end of September.
Harvard women’s soccer opened Ivy League play with a big 1-0 win over reigning Ivy League co-champions Penn in front of an announced crowd of 1,456 that filled the bleachers at Ohiri Field.
With conference play starting, we're looking at the first weekend of contests between the Ivy Leagues.
Under the field’s Friday night lights, Harvard swamped Brown, holding the Bears to a single touchdown as they scored six of their own. Here’s what we took away from this weekend’s Crimson triumph.
The Crimson picked up its first regatta victory of the season at the Danmark Trophy and finished second at the Women’s Showcase, which both took place in New London, Conn., over the weekend. The two podium finishes highlighted Harvard sailing’s most successful weekend yet this Fall.
This week, four teams finally play games that will determine the conference champion, with Harvard and Yale each hosting Ivy League foes. Since I feel that I snubbed the best movie of the trilogy in the first paragraph, I will make sure to devote the rest of the article to The Dark Knight, especially with the possibility that the new Joker movie coming out next weekend doesn’t hold up. I have faith, though. Excited for October.
Down in Franklin Park, some 30 minutes from the Harvard campus, both Crimson teams placed fourth in the Battle for Beantown, their best finishes since the tournament’s inception in 2013.
Harvard and Merrimack played out a 3-3 draw in double overtime in the Crimson's home opener on Tuesday night.