Senior defensive back Wes Ogsbury celebrates after his interception.
Sophomore running back B.J. Watson took his first give of the game to the house. Straddling the sideline and sprinting 43 yards for six points.
Sophomore running back Aaron Shampklin ran for 93 yards against the Bears.
Sophomore running back Devin Darrington scored his first career touchdown last week against San Diego and took snaps again against Brown.
Brown is a very pass-heavy offense, sending at least 40 passes to the air in each of its first games.
Second-year quarterback deftly escaped pressure throughout the game, only getting pulled down behind the line of scrimmage twice.
Senior wide out Adam Scott caught the nail-in-the-coffin touchdown pass to cap off a clock draining, fourth quarter drive.
As the game drifted further from the Bears, the home crowd began to drift out while the students put on their shirts and sat down.
After Scott's game securing touchdown pass, finding receivers for McGovern got a lot harder.
After intermittent starts in the 2017 season, it would seem sophomore quarterback Jake Smith has earned sole possession of the starting job.
On six catches, senior wideout Justice Shelton-Mosley racked up 65 yards receiving on Friday night.
Harvard coach Tim Murphy is in his 25th season with the Crimson and is the program's winningest coach.