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Veach Slips Past Crimson Defensive Strategy

Harvard coach Tim Murphy’s defensive philosophy is to make the other team play “left-handed”—to shut down an opponent’s strength, which

Three Is Enough
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Feisty Tigers Tamed in OT

A game this intense could only be decided in overtime. In the 96th meeting between No. 20 Harvard (6-0, 3-0

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Princeton Kickers Can’t Escape Streak of Defeat

With the game’s final moments set to tick away, the Princeton kicker trudged onto the field, ready to put an

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The Promised Lande: Balestracci and Everett Lead Harvard’s Clutch Defense

The Harvard defense had just allowed 588 yards in four quarters of football, but you still weren’t worried. Princeton running

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Tamed Tigers Come to Town

The last time Princeton junior wide receiver B. J. Szymanski took the field against Harvard, it was his ability to

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Three Classy Freshmen

Just over a decade ago, wide receiver Corey Mazza, tailback Clifton Dawson and defensive back Danny Tanner would not have

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C.D. Goes Platinum

When freshman running back Clifton Dawson transferred to Harvard after redshirting a year at Northwestern, no one really knew what

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TAKE THE KENNELLY

The open field spread out before him unobstructed. The endzone glimmered in the distance, a promise waiting to be kept.

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Dawson Runs Wild

This one wasn’t going to be easy. With star junior quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick sidelined with a broken hand and junior

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Crimson Plays It Safe With Backup At Helm

After giving up the ball nine times—on five fumbles and four interceptions—in its first four games, the Crimson offense kept

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Schires Directs Successful Offense

It really wasn’t the best set of circumstances for the Harvard offense on Saturday. There was a battered offensive line,

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Time For a Backup Plan

Garrett Schires has taken a lot of snaps under the glare of the spotlight. Unfortunately for the Harvard football team,

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Harvard Offensive Line Bonds Together in Face of Injuries

Through four games this season, Harvard is averaging 35 points per game. The Crimson is first in total offense in

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The Promised Lande: Playcalling Smothers Crimson Offense

By LANDE A. SPOTTSWOOD SPECIAL TO THE CRIMSON ITHACA, N.Y.—It seems a little silly to travel six hours to play

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Defense Whitewashes Big Red

ITHACA, N.Y.—By the time Cornell took possession of the ball for the third time Saturday afternoon with 3:49 remaining in

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