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Secondary Not Short On Talent

When Harvard senior cornerback Benny Butler lines up across from opponents’ top wide receivers, he usually has a pretty tall

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Are You Ready For a Pass Rush?

Off the field, Harvard defensive ends Brian Garcia and Brad Payne may not have a lot in common. Garcia is

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QB, Offensive Coordinator Learn Together

Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is not a rookie. For the past two years, the athletic junior has seen glory, defeat and

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Football Refreshes Receiving Corps

The most shocking sight at the Harvard football team’s season opener a week from Saturday may not be a diving

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Love It or Leeve It: I’m Just A Girl

Nothing makes me angrier than guys saying that girls don’t think sports are important. I understand that guys take sports

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The Ladies' Dan: A Legacy Of Hope And Heartbreak

To those in the sportswriting community, Elliott Prasse-Freeman is notorious for snapping off colorful quotes, flashing his trademark grin while

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Saved By the Bell: Despite Principles, Identity Crisis Lingers

Harvard Athletic Director Robert L. Scalise took the podium at the symposium held at the Murr Center on Friday and

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Jonnie on the Spot: Cornell Has Not Seen the Last of Men's Hockey

Forget about Cancun, Panama City or Mom’s home-cooked dinners. Cancel all plane reservations. Your spring break plans have changed. Because,

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Saved By the Bell: Ivy Athletics Deserve a Better Fate

Times were rough, what with the Second Gulf War having just entered its eighteenth depressing year, and I thought it

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Weinlanguage: W. Hockey Should Legalize Body-Checking

The refereeing in the Harvard women’s hockey team’s 2-1 victory over Dartmouth was as inconsistent as the English department’s treatment

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JONNIE ON THE SPOT

At this time last year, the Harvard men’s hockey team was 9-6-3 overall, 8-3-2 in the ECAC. It was in

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Saved By the Bell

Imagine achieving your greatest triumph almost too soon. Imagine opening up the season by beating the Hurricanes—Miami, not Carolina—or sweeping

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Life of Brian: No Point Leads to Tough Loss

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass.—Senior point guard Elliott Prasse-Freeman has been waiting to experience March Madness for four years. On Dec. 22,

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Saved By The Bell: Sk8er Girl

Figure skater and 2002 Olympic gold medalist Sarah Hughes, one of the most heartwarming sports stories of last year, got

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Action Jackson: Maine Damage Was Wreaked Early On

PORTLAND, Maine—The 6,894 fans at the Cumberland County Civic Center were expecting a sequel to last season’s playoff overtime thriller

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