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Yale and Princeton spent last weekend living on the edge in a manner which would have made Aerosmith proud. The

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Friday Football Notebook

VERY SPECIAL TEAMS Harvard shouldn’t expect a respite from Cornell’s stifling defense when the Big Red’s special teams unit trudges

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After Long Wait, Tracy is Back in the Spotlight

Growing up in pigskin-obsessed Winchester, Ohio, Sean Tracy relished playing high school football on Friday nights before capacity crowds of

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KING JAMES BIBLE: In Ivy Football, Nothing is Certain

It’s the paradox that has come to embody the Ivy League. If one thing’s for certain, it’s that nothing’s for

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Athlete of the Week: Clifton Dawson

Chris Menick ’00, author of three rushing entries in the Crimson record book, is perilously close to being reduced to

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MCGINN AND TONIC: Captain's Stats Don't Tell Story

EASTON, Pa.—Through three games this season, Ryan Fitzpatrick has completed 38 of his 64 passes for 560 yards and two

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Tracy's Two Interceptions Key Big Play Defense

EASTON, Pa.—When opportunity came knocking, the Harvard defense didn’t hesitate to answer. The Crimson didn’t shut down Lafayette’s option-based offense

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FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Mazza Again Poses Matchup Problems

EASTON, Pa.—Maybe—just maybe—opposing coaches should start defending Corey Mazza with a cornerback taller than 5’11. The primary beneficiary of the

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RUNNING SMOOTHLY: Dawson, Football Run Past Lafayette

The Harvard football team has found its recipe for success. For the third straight week, the Crimson (3-0, 1-0 Ivy)

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Not an Option

Perhaps it’s a bit too soon to proclaim the void left by Dante Balestracci ’04 “filled.” Then again, the hole

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Offense Prepares for Lafayette Option

Lafayette head football coach Frank Tavani knows exactly how to diffuse a quarterback controversy. Faced with the reality of the

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Around the Ivy League

Week Three of the Ivy League slate is upon us, but before getting to this week’s action, let’s take a

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Holding the Line

Unlike the majority of college students, offensive tackle Mike Frey couldn’t wait to get back to campus. Having recovered from

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King James Bible: Kicking in the Ivies, An Inexact Science

At a time when Ivy League football talent is arguably at its highest point in the modern era, one aspect

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Harvard place kicker Matt Schindel wins Ivy Rookie of the Week award

Harvard freshman place kicker Matt Schindel was named Ivy League Rookie of the Week yesterday. Schindel was honored for his

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