Texas Forever, Cambridge Style
I decided that wherever I ended up, I would try to go to as many football games as possible.
Ahern Named Harvard Football's 143rd Captain
Senior defensive back Sean Ahern was named Harvard football’s 143rd captain at the team’s banquet Monday night. He succeeds linebacker Matt Koran to become the 12th consecutive defensive player to take on the role of Crimson captain.
The New Murphy's Law
Murphy’s Law is a commonly known adage that posits that anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. But just because your last name is Murphy does not mean that this law applies, especially if your first name is Tim and you coach the Harvard football team. In fact, there seems to be a very different Murphy’s Law in place in Cambridge, and the result is a system that not only doesn’t fail most of the time, but also refuses to fail.
Tight Ends Emerge from Murphy's Gauntlet as Offensive Weapons
One position seems to undergo more demanding preparation, require a bit more adaptability, and perhaps possess a trace more grit, as evidenced by the Crimson alumni at this position in the National Football League. It is unsurprising, therefore, that Harvard coach Tim Murphy draws the comparison between the elite warriors of the U.S. military and this group of players—the tight ends.
AROUND THE IVIES: Football Faces One Final Obstacle
A long win streak spanning multiple seasons. A chance for a third championship for the first time in school history. I am, of course, talking about the Harvard football team, entering last week’s penultimate contest against Penn with hopes of clinching the Ivy title, right?
Penn Stuns Football, Snaps Harvard's 22-Game Win Streak
Needing a victory to secure a share of its third straight Ivy League championship, Harvard came up short in a football game for the first time since 2013, falling to Penn by a score of 35-25.
Football Looks To Clinch Third Straight Ivy Title
Nearly a year after topping Yale with the fanfare of ESPN’s GameDay in the background to secure the Ivy League title and post its third undefeated season in a century, the Harvard football team is poised to make history. Again.
After Years of Blowouts, Columbia Proves It Belongs
The Lions aren’t going to be the 2015 Ivy League Champions. They won’t unseat Harvard at the top. But they’re a heck of a lot closer than they’ve been in a long time.
Football Steals Late Victory from Dartmouth, 14-13
Harvard completed a comeback from a 13-point fourth-quarter deficit to eke out a one-point victory over Dartmouth. With the win, the Crimson takes sole possession of first place in the Ivy League.
AROUND THE IVIES: Ivy Football Sees Battle of Unbeatens
anta must have come a few months early this year, because I’m going to get the best present I could have asked for in Friday night’s clash between Harvard (6-0, 3-0 Ivy) and Dartmouth (6-0, 3-0). You see, this is not only supposed to be a dogfight in that reminds you why you’re a football fan to begin with, in the heart-pounding, anticipatory, will-this-last-second-field-goal-be-good sort of way, but it might be the only dogfight I get to cover all year.
New Week, Same Story: Crimson Opponents Float Away
Two balloons—one orange, one black—escaped from a child’s hands in the Princeton stands and drifted up, up, and away.
Football Looks To Take Down Princeton In Pivotal Conference Game
Twenty-two starters took the field for the Harvard football team on October 26th, 2013. Three overtime periods later, Princeton handed the Crimson its first defeat of the season.
NOTEBOOK: Football Dominates On Both Sides of the Ball Against Lafayette
Spurred by a dominant defense that has allowed just three points over as many games, Harvard delivered a thrashing to a battered Leopards squad, 42-0, to wrap up nonconference play and win its 19th straight.
Crimson Continues Its Roll in Domination of Cornell
Business as usual. The Crimson starters played well enough to massacre the Big Red, earn another relaxing final quarter, and bore this reporter for the fourth-straight week.
NOTEBOOK: Defense and Running Game Strong In Football's Shutout Win Over Georgetown
Just one yard from a touchdown, senior Jason Holdway, recently converted from safety to running back, took the handoff and ran into a wall of Georgetown defensive linemen at the line of scrimmage. On second down, same result.
Harvard Kennedy School Student Mateo Gomez Remembered as ‘Caring, Calm, and Selfless’
Tom Hanks Named Harvard 2023 Commencement Speaker
Yoshito Kishi, Organic Chemist Who Climbed ‘Mount Everest’ of Synthesis, Dies at 85
Harvard Women’s Ice Hockey to Undergo External Investigation Amid Allegations Against Coach
Jokes That Aren’t Funny: Racism and Harassment in Student Traditions