Cornell fans often refer to the Bright-Landry Hockey Center as "Lynah East" because of their tendency to pack Harvard's house with more fans than the Crimson can, as shown here a year ago. But Friday night at the real Lynah Rink in Ithaca, there'll be a complete sea of red.
Junior offensive linesman Larry Allen holds back Dartmouth defenders to give junior running back Semar Smith enough room to make a play during the team’s narrow 23-21 win over the Big Green. The past few games have been close wins for the Crimson, and the team will need to step up to shut Penn down.
Though Harvard students might put a lot of meaning on the The Game, this year’s real matchup is taking place this weekend as the Crimson is set to take on Ivy League contender Penn away this weekend. A win in Philadelphia would secure the Crimson’s fourth Ivy League title in a row.