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No. 19 Harvard Beats Columbia 38-24 to Win 900th game in Program History

No. 19 Harvard Football (7-1, 4-1) traveled to New York to take on Ivy League competitor Columbia (2-6, 0-5) and came out victorious. The Crimson defeated the Lions 38-24 to give the Harvard football program a 900th game win in its history.

No. 23 Harvard Football Defeats Dartmouth at Home 17-9, Improves to 6-1

The No. 23 Harvard football team (6-1, 3-1) pulled out another Ivy win against Dartmouth (3-4, 2-2) this past Saturday at Harvard Stadium. With the win, the Crimson advanced to 6-1, its best seven-game record since 2016. Harvard also improved its Ivy League record for the year, going 3-2 for the second-straight season and only the second time since 2016.

No. 23 Harvard Falls to Princeton for First Loss of 2023

The No. 23 Harvard football team (5-1) (2-1) suffered its first loss of the 2023 season against the Princeton Tigers (3-3) (2-1) on Saturday by a score of 21-14, dropping their record to 5-1 and 2-1 in Ivy League play. The Crimson was formerly ranked 18th in the FCS before facing the Tigers.

No. 17/18 Harvard Football Looks to Stay Unbeaten Against Princeton

No. 17/18 Harvard (5-0) (2-0) is primed to face off against Ivy League rival Princeton (2-3) (1-1) this Saturday at 1 p.m. ET. The Crimson enter this game as one of two undefeated teams in the FCS (No. 1 South Dakota State), and are looking to go 6-0 for the first time since 2015. With a win this weekend, head coach Tim Murphy would be in sole possession of the most Ivy league wins as a head coach. Murphy is currently tied for the lead with Yale’s Carm Cozza at 135.

On Four-Game Winning Streak, No. 18/19 Harvard Football Primed for Showdown with Howard

No. 18/19 Harvard — one of two remaining undefeated FCS teams (No. 1 South Dakota State) — will round out its non-conference play for the 2023 season this Saturday against the Howard Bison. Last week, the Crimson took down Ivy League rival Cornell by a final score of 41-23. Harvard enters the game 4-0, and looks to improve to 5-0 for the first time since 2021.

No. 19 Harvard Football to Face the Big Red on Friday

No. 19/21 Harvard — one of the three still-undefeated squads in the FCS — is gearing up to dive back into Ivy League play against Cornell this Friday night. Harvard’s impressive 38-28 win on the road against then-No. 5/6 Holy Cross last weekend was more than just a game for the Crimson. In addition to being Harvard’s first win against the No. 25/RV Crusaders since Oct. 2, 2021, it was also the Crimson’s highest ranked win since defeating No. 11 Yale on Nov. 17, 2007.

No. 24 Harvard Football Upsets No. 6 Holy Cross 38-28

In what was expected to be its toughest game of the year, Harvard football upset No. 6 Holy Cross on Crusader turf, 38-28. The team traveled westward to Polar Park, home of the Worcester Red Sox, to take on the well-known Massachusetts college and came out victorious. The Crimson improved its overall record to 3-0, defeating the Crusaders by 10 points. The team’s win marks the first time that Harvard has defeated a nationally ranked opponent since October 2, 2021, when they took down the Crusaders in the same stadium.