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Harvard Students Attend Patriots Championship Parade

More than one million fans, including several Harvard students, flocked to downtown Boston Tuesday to welcome home their Super Bowl-winning New England Patriots. Many of them skipped classes and put their studies on hold in the hopes of catching a glimpse of the Patriots players.

Harvard Connection
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How A Harvard Basketball Father Created Tom Brady

Mo Lewis, father of Harvard basketball standout Chris Lewis, delivered a fateful hit on September 23, 2001, that changed the course of the NFL forever.

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Students Cheer as Brady Secures Sixth Super Bowl Win

Eating mozzarella sticks, drinking beers, and cheering loudly for their teams, students crowded into common rooms and dining halls across campus to watch the New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl Sunday.

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Anchor Down

Senior wide receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley was sidelined for much of the 2018 season with a leg injury, but will hope for a new start in Nashville.

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Dallas Boy

Senior quarterback Tom Stewart tallied five touchdowns in a win against Columbia, tying a program-record.

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Football’s Shelton-Mosley and Stewart Announce Grad Transfers to Vandy and Rice

And while Shelton-Mosley and Stewart are prepping for moves to the SEC and Conference USA, some of their teammates will be gearing up for a shot at the NFL. Among those eyeing the next level are defensive tackles Stone Hart and Richie Ryan, wide receiver Adam Scott, and offensive lineman Larry Allen, Jr., son of Hall of Fame lineman Larry Allen, Sr.

What's Cooking?
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What's Cooking?

Junior wide receiver Jack Cook finished The Game with a team-leading 116 receiving yards on four catches, with this catch serving as the go-ahead touchdown that put Harvard in the lead for good.

What's Cooking?
Notebooks

NOTEBOOK: The Game Sees Sod, Stewart, and Kickers, but No Birds

This weekend, Harvard beat Yale for the first time since 2015. Rather than Harvard Stadium or the Yale Bowl, the 45-27 Crimson win in the 135th rendition of The Game was hosted by Fenway Park as Harvard Stadium was reported to be under construction. The move represented the first time in 106 years that the rivalry — the second oldest in college football — has been played somewhere other than the stadiums of the two hosts. The contest brought the largest attendance of any game this season to the sold out ballpark for a game with no Ivy League title ramifications, and a challenge simply for the pride of victory.

Harvard vs. Yale
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Harvard vs. Yale

Wide receiver Tyler J. Adams '21 celebrates on the field.

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Ben M. Abercrombie

Defensive back Ben M. Abercrombie '21 (left) and head coach Tim Murphy (right) talk on the field. Since suffering a serious spinal injury last year, Abercrombie has worked hard at recovery at his home in Alabama.

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Harvard vs. Yale

Devin D. Darrington '21 waves an index finger while running into the endzone. The touchdown was disallowed for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Harvard vs. Yale
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Harvard vs. Yale

Jack H. Cook '20 (right) outruns Yale defensive back Deonte Henson '21 (left) for a touchdown.

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Harvard Students Celebrate 135th Game Victory — Less So The Venue

Harvard's commanding 45-27 victory over Yale in the 135th iteration of The Game delighted College students who had witnessed back-to-back losses to Harvard's New Haven rival the past two years.

Back on the Sideline
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Back on the Sideline

At the conclusion of a practice before The Game, Abercrombie visited Harvard Stadium to catch up with his team.

Back on the Sideline
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Ben Abercrombie Returns to Harvard for The Game

For the first time since the fall of 2017, Ben Abercrombie has returned to Harvard’s campus. The defensive back, who suffered a career-ending injury in his first collegiate game, took in the 135th playing of The Game at Fenway Park.

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