Crimson football finds redemption in the West
From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
The football team broke records, but the Ivy trophy went south.
The NFL commissioner discussed concussions and safety in football at the Harvard School of Public Health.
Bite down. Grind it out. And score profusely.
The football team, in its opening game, outplays an opponent from the West.
For many decades, placekickers weren’t specialists
Four of Harvard’s nine varsity football coaches have reportedly been hired by the Yale program, including Tony Reno, Yale’s new head coach.
The Crimson football team won the Ivy trophy, and records fell.
Joe Restic was head coach for 23 seasons.
The 2011 Ivy champions make it five straight over the Eli.
Defensive tackle Josue Ortiz came up big in the Penn game, where Harvard clinched the Ivy League title.
A landmark win for coach Tim Murphy
On a white night at the Stadium, the game’s afoot.