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A Well-Protected Front
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A Well-Protected Front

The Crimson offensive line has kept sophomore quarterback Jake Smith above the turf in all but two plays this season.

A Well-Protected Front
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Football Readies Itself for Formidable No. 20/22 Rhode Island

On Friday night, the University of Rhode Island will make the trek up from Kingston, marking the second game in a row that Harvard will play under the lights. The No. 20/22 Rams (2-1, 2-0 CAA) are a juggernaut, replete with size, physicality, and athleticism.

Justice's League
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Justice's League

Junior Justice-Shelton Mosley has the fourth highest number of career receptions of any Harvard player ever, with 137.

Justice's League
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AROUND THE IVIES: It's a Dog Eat Bear Eat Tiger World

As the third week of the season approaches, check out our picks for winners and losers in this week's round of football.

In the Hunt?
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Time for Ivy League to Consider Playoff Football?

The conference’s reluctance to add its own playoff or to allow its teams to compete for an FCS championship seems to stem mostly from tradition. However, that tradition has not been part and parcel of the league for its entire existence.

In the Hunt?
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In the Hunt?

The Ivy League is the only conference that does not opt-in to advancing a team to the football playoff.

Jumpman
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Jumpman

Senior wide out and returner Justice Shelton-Mosley leaps over a Brown defender.

In the Trenches
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In the Trenches

Harvard's defensive line stymied the Brown offensive production all night, limiting the home team to 32 yards rushing.

One and Only
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One and Only

Senior defensive back Zach Miller serves as the lone Crimson captain.

Thin Crimson Line
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Thin Crimson Line

The Harvard team awaits the coin flip to see if they will kick or receive to start the contest.

Not the Saybrook Strip
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Not the Saybrook Strip

Brown students cheer on their team in the Friday night contest.

I Like Mike
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I Like Mike

Brown quarterback Michael McGovern monopolized the first drive of the game for his team, meriting only a three points.

Wrong Football
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Wrong Football

Brown kicker Dylan Brady punts a kick through the uprights for the first points of the Ivy League season.

Taylored
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Taylored

Senior receiver Henry Taylor scored the first points of the night for Harvard against the Bears.

Sophomore Squadron
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Sophomore Squadron

Both quarterback's in the Ancient Eight opener were sophomores.

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