Crimson staff writer

David Steinbach

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Harvard Linebackers Step Up to Carry Crimson Defense

The starting linebacker unit has performed at an elite level through nine games this year and is a critical reason why Harvard is in position to clinch its third consecutive Ivy League title on Saturday against Yale.

NOTEBOOK: New-Look Columbia Not Enough to Top Hosch's Receiving Duo

On a day when the ground game never got going, the Harvard football team resorted to the air. In particular, senior quarterback Scott Hosch turned to his reliable duo of threats—one on his way out and the other just starting to make a name for himself.

NOTEBOOK: In Dramatic Fashion, Football Pulls Out Improbable Win Over Dartmouth

With a matter of minutes left to play Friday night against Dartmouth, a touchdown would save Harvard’s season. Anything less, in all likelihood, would doom the Crimson to a second-place finish in the Ivy League.

Five Games In, Football Still Waits for True Test

The Crimson has taken the field five times in 2015. All five games have been Harvard routs, with an average margin of victory of 36 points. Halfway through its season, the undefeated Crimson hasn’t faced an opponent that can compete with the team for one quarter—let alone an entire game.