In 2012, Colton Chapple ’13 threw five touchdowns in Harvard's 39-34 loss to Princeton. Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications
An all-time performance in an all-time loss
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A Harvard great with an all-time boot
Eighteen seasons after his final reception for the Crimson, Morris still has a firm hold on almost every significant Harvard pass-catching record. Photograph by Simon Bruty/Sports Illustrated via Getty Images
2000-02: a Crimson Wide Receiver's Fab Four
Hard hitting and with a keen nose for the ball, Endicott “Chub” Peabody II was not to be messed with.
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1941: “Chub” Peabody ’42 bottles up “Barnacle Bill.”
Harvard's Terence Patterson catches a pass under pressure from two Yale defenders during The Game 1999.
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1999: Terence Patterson ’00 and his four scores
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October 19, 1929: Barry Wood Beats Army, 20-20
The Browns’ ninth general manager since 2000, Berry looks to return the franchise to a level of success not seen for decades.
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Football-tested and data-centric, Andrew Berry takes the helm in Cleveland.
Four score: With Yale’s Melvin Rouse II in vain pursuit, Harvard’s Aidan Borguet heads for the goal line. Against the Elis, the Crimson freshman back rushed for a series single-game record 269 yards and amassed four touchdowns on only 11 carries, a performance that helped earn him the Ivy League Rookie of the Year award.
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Dreadful defeats—and a heartbreaking Game—produced the Crimson’s first losing season of the century.