On November 20, the Crimson logged their fourth straight win over the Elis in the Harvard-Yale game, coming from behind to score 21 points in the second half. This put Harvard in a three-way tie with Yale and Brown for second place in the Ivy standings, and made the team's graduating seniors the first in Harvard history to go undefeated against Yale, Princeton, and Dartmouth. In the image gallery above, see some memorable moments from The Game 2010.

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