Wide out Henry Taylor sheds a tackle in the 135th rendition of The Game. The senior has scored two of Harvard's three first-half touchdowns.
Yale running back Alan Lamar is pulled down by the Harvard defense. Both defenses have managed to contain the run, instead ceding pass yards.
Wes Ogsbury was ejected from the game for a targeting call in the third quarter.
Sophomore wide receiver Tyler Adams celebrates after notching a 62-yard touchdown run.
Senior quarterback Tom Stewart threw for three touchdowns, one interception, and 312 yards in the air raid offensive performance.
At the end of his final game in a Harvard uniform, senior defensive lineman Alex White saluted the crowd.
Junior Devin Darrington paced the running backs in The Game with 91 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.
Harvard coach Tim Murphy and his players maintain that everything starts up front.
Both team's defenses tallied two turnovers and one sack apiece.
In front of a sold-out crowd at Fenway Park, Harvard ended a two year skid against Yale, claiming victory in The Game with a record-breaking offensive performance.
Harvard's defensive unit is third in the nation in third down defense.
Harvard and Yale are without title aspirations in this rendition of The Game, but this is still a crucial contest in each squad's season.
This rendition of The Game features a potent Yale offense against a staunch Harvard defense, but running back Aaron Shampklin will attempt to give the Crimson an offensive punch.
Last year, then-sophomore receiver JP Shohfi racked up 86 receiving yards and a touchdown in Yale's 24-3 win.
Captain Vic Gatto, pictured in a different game in 1968, made the first of two crucial catches to even up the score at 29.