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Harvard's Charlie Booker deployed a mighty stiff arm to fend off Lafayette's Philip Parham. The Crimson junior rampaged his way to a career-high 159 yards on the ground.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

Sports

The Crimson gets back on track.

10.14.17

Harvard's Charlie Booker deployed a mighty stiff arm to fend off Lafayette's Philip Parham. The Crimson junior rampaged his way to a career-high 159 yards on the ground.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

The Crimson gets back on track.

10.14.17

On one of his 11 tackles, Harvard senior defensive back Tim Haehl wrapped up Cornell's James Hubbard after a seven-yard gain.

Photograph by Patrick F. Shanahan

Cornell inexorably outmuscles Harvard.

10.8.17

At Rhode Island, junior powerhouse Charlie Booker III rumbled for gains of 50 and 57 yards en route to a game- and career-high 139.

Photograph by gil Talbot/Harvard athletic communications

An Ivy win and a terrible injury mark Harvard football's early season.

November-December 2017

Pouncing Crimson: Defensive tackle Richie Ryan (50) falls on a fumble by Georgetown quarterback Clay Norris. The recovery blunted a first-quarter Hoya drive.
Photograph by Rafael Suanes/Courtesy of Georgtown University Athletics Department

A steamrolling at RFK Stadium

10.1.17

Running back Charlie Booker III (21) proved too hard for Brown’s Connor Coughlin and the rest of the Bruins to handle, blasting for 77 yards and two touchdowns.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

Harvard cruises in its home opener.

9.24.17

Crimson tide: Senior defensive back Tobe Eziokoli (26), senior quarterback Joe Viviano (4), junior defensive tackle Scott Garrison (74), senior offensive lineman DJ Mott (71) and junior running back Noah Reimers (24) got a running start on Harvard's 144th football season.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

The Crimson drops its first season opener since 2011.

9.17.17

<p class="caption">Frustrated in regulation by Princeton defenders such as Luke Catarius, Harvard&rsquo;s quarterback Joe Viviano prevailed in overtime, diving for a one-yard touchdown that gave the Crimson a 23-20 victory.</p>
<p class="credit">Matthew Deshaw/The Harvard Crimson</p>

After living on the edge, the football team confronts a shocking season-ending upset.

January-February 2017

The football team's faculty cheering section: Roger Porter (left) and Eric Nelson

Photograph by Harvard Magazine/LG

Watching The Game from the sidelines with Harvard football’s faculty fellows

11.21.16

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