Evan W. Thomas

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On the Bench

Watching Harvard lose to B.U. in the Beanpot while my stomach grappled with a Garden hot dog had been rough

On the Bench

Some Harvard teams have a reputation for clutching for just not caring enough) and blowing big games. In recent years,

On the Bench

A demoralized fan slumped over a Quincy House pin-ball machine on the Saturday night after the Harvard-Yale football game and

Yalies More Intent on Studies Than THE Game

NEW HAVEN, Conn,--At a Yale fraternity, the bartender, a relic of the days when old St. Paul's and Groton boys

Football Team Faces Underdog Brown; Bruin Passing Game May Test Defense

When Brown football coach Len Jardine finally threw in the towel last week after compiling a 4-35-1 League record in

Nixon Supporters Sip Drinks, Undisturbed by Mass. Defeat

As their candidate suffered his only statewide defeat in the country, about 200 Nixon supporters happily, but quietly, sipped drinks

Football Team Favored Over Pennsylvania Today

Harvard's football team moves into the gravy part of the schedule today against Pennsylvania. Although Harvard teams always have the

The Ballad of Endzone Crone

That fateful day, Yale had stalled Inside the Harvard Twenty They sent Crone in to run out the clock But

Harvard Football Team Deadlocks Dartmouth, 21-21

"We lost, 21-21," mumbled a Dartmouth spotter as he trudged out of the press box. But in the Harvard locker

On the Bench

I've been munching on my sneaker all week long after my Cornell game prediction, but with a gaze at the

On the Bench

On Saturday morning, I wrote a column saying the football team, and especially the defense and the starting quarterback, were

On the Bench

Harvard football coach Joe Restic attributed Harvard's poor passing performance against UMass to the wind, explaining that it's harder to

Crimson Eleven Favored Over Boston University

In 1969, B.U. came to Harvard stadium as a heavy underdog against Frank "42 seconds" Champi, the last second hero

UMass Surprises Football Team, 28-19

"We just didn't make the big play with the pass," mourned Harvard football coach Joe Restic after reliving his opening

Sophomores Star as Crimson Stops Brown in a Scrimmage

"Good luck with your lacrosse team," cracked a long-time denizen of the Harvard Stadium press box as Brown's Director of