Harvard looks to recover from a 24-3 loss in the 2017 edition of The Game when it takes the field this November against Yale.
Alternating every year, Harvard Stadium and the Yale Bowl play host to the annual mid-November showdown known as The Game. This year, though, a third famous stadium joins that group.
Harvard concluded winter workouts with the annual Spring Game, an intra-varsity scrimmage.
Quarterback Jake Smith is the first freshman to earn a start under center since Ryan Fitzpatrick, and will be competing for his spot next season against junior Tom Stewart.
Junior running back Charlie Booker III returns to the Crimson roster for the 2018 season and racked up an average of 15.5 yards per carry in Saturday's scrimmage.
Harvard is young everywhere but the trenches with six rising-seniors listed on the Spring Game's roster for the offensive line.
Harvard football started two quarterbacks last season and Tom Stewart wasn't one. But with his strong two-touchdown performance at the Spring Game this weekend, he's in the hunt for the job in the 2018 season.
A mural of Ben M. Abercrombie ‘21 and his teammates covers a wall of his high school.
Trophies adorn the shelves of the Abercrombie home.
ELS and KRM travel to Hoover, Alabama to meet Ben M. Abercrombie ‘21 and his family, post-injury.
Six months after a freak accident in his first football game as a college athlete, Ben M. Abercrombie ’21 remains paralyzed from the neck down.
Students attend a Superbowl LII Watch Party in Cambridge Queen's Head Pub Sunday evening.