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Yale mascot Handsome Dan XIX and a Harvard University Police dog at The Game

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(1/5) DOG DAY AFTERNOON Yale's Handsome Dan XIX and a Harvard University Police dog wondered what the ruckus was all about. 

Photographs by Julian Giordano/The Harvard Crimson

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A tough finish to a quirky season

11.20.22

Yale mascot Handsome Dan XIX and a Harvard University Police dog at The Game

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(1/5) DOG DAY AFTERNOON Yale's Handsome Dan XIX and a Harvard University Police dog wondered what the ruckus was all about. 

Photographs by Julian Giordano/The Harvard Crimson

A tough finish to a quirky season

11.20.22

Harvard quarterback Charlie Dean surveying the Penn defense, on his way to one of the best days in Harvard quarterback history.

SPREADING THE WEALTH Enjoying one of the best days for a quarterback in Harvard annals, Charlie Dean (11) surveys the Penn defense. The Crimson senior signal-caller riddled the Quakers, completing 29 of 38 passes for 316 yards and four touchdowns while connecting with nine receivers.

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Dean passes the Quakers silly—and Eli’s coming!

11.13.22

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(1/4) CRUNCH TIME Harvard's Joe Young is converged upon by a beehive of Columbia tacklers. The Crimson senior wideout snared three passes, one for 22 yards.

Photograph by Angela Dela Cruz/The Harvard Crimson

Sloppy play and a wily Lion create a nightmarish loss.

11.6.22

Harvard quarterback Luke Emge in his first start of 2022

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(1/3) BACK IN THE SADDLE In his first start of 2022, Luke Emge was well protected (only one sack) and in command, completing 11 of 17 passes for 195 yards and a touchdown, and running for a crucial first down.

Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

A needed restorative is marred by an injury.

10.30.22

Harvard quarterback Charlie Dean gets off a pass despite Princeton rush.

POCKET ROCKET Oblivious to the hand-to-hand combat in front of him, Harvard's Charlie Dean gets off a pass despite the rush from Princeton's Will Perez (28) and Michael Azevedo (96). The Crimson's senior quarterback completed 20 of 32 passes for 186 yards and one touchdown.
Photograph by Dylan Goodman Photography/Courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

A night to forget against a powerhouse rival

10.23.22

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(1/3) READY FOR HIS CLOSEUP: Back Shane McLaughlin rolled for the first two touchdowns of his career, on runs of one and three yards. The sophomore gained 34 yards on 14 carries.

Photograph courtesy of Howard University

A second-half barrage subdues the valiant Bison.

10.16.22

Senior Kobe Joseph, who broke in and blocked a Cornell punt,accompanies junior Jelani Machen as he holds the ball aloft and runs into the end zone to give Harvard a second-quarter lead.

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(1/4) MACHEN WHOOPEE Convoyed by senior Kobe Joseph (59), who broke in and blocked a Cornell punt, junior Jelani Machen (30) holds the ball aloft as he runs into the end zone to give Harvard a second-quarter lead.

Photograph by Eldon Lindsay/courtesy of Cornell Athletics

Another close and penalty-strewn Ivy road win

10.9.22

NFL referee Ron Torbert in uniform on the football during a game

Torbert at work, San Francisco 49ers vs. Jacksonville Jaguars, TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville, November 2021

Photograph by David Rosenblum/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

A Harvard Law alum puts his degree to work on the field.

November-December 2022

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