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Back in stride: After two years away, Harvard junior Aaron Shampklin (20) singed Georgetown defenders such as Jonathan Honore for 186 yards and two touchdowns.
Photograph by Art Pittman
Harvard crushes Georgetown in the season opener.
Hard chargers: All-Ivy first team linebacker Jordan Hill (55), the Crimson’s 147th captain, and defensive tackle Jacob Sykes (99) are mainstays on a defensive front seven that is rugged and deep.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications
Footballers shake off the rust from a long hiatus
Crimson receiver and returner Andrew Fischer breaks loose for a 58-yard run in the second quarter—one of several huge plays on the day.
Photograph by Barry Chin/The Boston Globe via Getty Images
A sensational performance leads Harvard over Yale.
Photograph courtesy of Peter Mee
A performance for the ages—in just nine throws
A kick off the left foot of Vic Kennard ends a six-year drought versus the Bulldogs.
An "indelible feat of foot" leads Harvard over Yale.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications; background by iStock
A late drive leads to a legendary ’66 win over Dartmouth.
In 2012, Colton Chapple ’13 threw five touchdowns in Harvard's 39-34 loss to Princeton. Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications
An all-time performance in an all-time loss
Photo collage by Harvard Magazine/JC. Photograph in the public domain.
A Harvard great with an all-time boot