Harvard would have hosted the installment of the rivalry on November 21 in Boston. But with the COVID pandemic putting a stop to fall-semester competition in the Ancient Eight, both teams and their respective fan bases are set to meet back in New Haven for the second consecutive time in fall Kaitlin Flores pm, Nov 11, Staff Reporter. Daniel Zhao, Senior Photographer. If Ivy League athletic competition can occur in fall , the th edition of the Yale-Harvard football game is set to occur in New Haven. In , the Bulldogs hosted The Game at the Yale Bowl, capturing a dramatic double-overtime victory over the Crimson in front of 44, fans.
FSD History Flashback: November 13, 1875—Harvard vs. Yale
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The season has been a strange one for the Harvard football team. After two wins to open the season, the team dropped consecutive contests in heartbreaking fashion to Colgate and Cornell. They rebounded strongly, winning their next three games before falling to the Brown University Bears--the team ranked number one by most Ivy League preseason polls--to all but mathematically assure the team of a finish short of the championship. Their fate was sealed last Saturday with another tough loss, this one at the hands of the Pennsylvania Quakers. We still realize that we have a slim shot, but we're also playing for pride right now. The Ivy League football season is so short--teams play only 10 games total, seven counting for conference standings--that a team that loses its first few games all but eliminates itself from competition for the league crown. This year, for example, after losing its first two games, highly touted Princeton only sealed a final nail in its coffin by losing to the Crimson at Soldiers Field on Oct.
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The two halves of our group, splintered by college allegiance, sat in the designated sections of the stands. The distance prevented us from nudging one another in the ribs in response to these hostilities, but we would have if it were physically possible. We are the members of Divest Harvard and Fossil Free Yale — a nonhierarchical coalition of students, alumni, and community organizers who have come together to hold Yale and Harvard responsible for their complicity in the climate crisis.
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