Harvard Football Schedule
Each year when the college football season really starts to heat up Boston, Massachusetts,
the home of the Harvard Crimson football team, fills with excitement as everyone is eager to head out to Harvard Stadium to
catch the team in action. The Crimson are one of the oldest football programs in the world and have a proud tradition and
are looking to bring home another Ivy League title. Harvard has gotten off to a solid start in the 2014-2015 season and scored
big wins against the Holy Cross Crusaders and the Brown Bears. As the Crimson look to light up the scoreboard and give their
fans plenty to cheer about, be there for all of the heart-pounding action that you'll be talking about well after the final
whistle. If you've never been to a big game filled with talented players that know how to put on a show, there has never been
a better time to change that. Harvard football tickets are available now on StubHub for all of the most anticipated games
of the season, so grab your favorite Crimson gear and get ready to join in the electrifying action.
Die hard Harvard
Crimson football fans will be excited to get the chance to watch the team in action at Harvard Stadium and there are still
plenty of home games left on the schedule. On October 11th the Cornel Big Red come to town for the Crimson's first home conference
game of the season. If Harvard is going to be a contender in the Ivy League, winning as many home conference games as possible
is a must. On October 18th the Lafayette Leopards come to Harvard Stadium for another big game which the Harvard Crimson will
need to win, followed by another home game against the Columbia Lions on November 8th. Saturday, November 22nd marks the final
home game of the 2014 season for the Harvard Crimson when they go up against their hated rivals the Yale Bulldogs in a game
that could have huge implications on the Ivy League standings. Every die-hard Crimson fan will definitely want to be in the
stands for this one as it will be the last chance to cheer on Harvard and try to give them some momentum before they head
off to a bowl game.
Harvard Crimson Football History
Harvard football has one of the proudest traditions
of any program in the world. In addition to winning nine National Championships, the Crimson is also the eighth winningest
program in NCAA Division I football history. Legendary Harvard head coach Tim Murphy has proven time and time again that he
knows just the right plays to call and this year he has one of the most talented squads Harvard has seen in years. It looks
like the 2014 season could be a memorable one in Harvard and everyone on the team has their eyes locked on an Ivy League title.
This is an exciting time for everyone associated with Crimson football and all the biggest Harvard football fans will want
to be in the stands at Memorial Field cheering on the team right from the start.
that the game is on the line and your favorite team is digging in looking to pull down a big win. Sure, you could see a glimpse
of the big game from your living room, but it's a different experience altogether to actually be there to see all of the action
unfold. With a field filled with talented playmakers, you'll be treated to a top-tier sporting event that will be unlike anything
else, so don't wait too long to start making your plans to join in the excitement in another hard-hitting season of action.
The Harvard Crimson football team calls Harvard Stadium home, a stadium that has been the perfect backdrop for top-tier football
since all the way back in the early Twentieth Century. There is nothing quite like seeing college football alongside tens
of thousands of fans, and that's definitely the case when it comes to seeing the Harvard Crimson. Put down the remote and
head out to the stands so you can join with your fellow fans for an amazing game loaded with bone-jarring hits, spectacular
catches and ankle-breaking jukes that will have you jumping out of your seat in no time. As always, Harvard Crimson tickets
are always there for the taking with a little help from StubHub, the only ticketing outlet you ever need to turn to for access
to the most anticipated games on the college football calendar. Before you know it the Crimson are methodically driving down
the field with the clock dwindling late in the fourth quarter, with the intensity rising with each snap of the ball as fans
eagerly anticipate the outcome. We all know you can follow the action on your smart phone or watch from a bar down the street,
but it's a completely different level of experience to be there to watch all the drama unfold before your very eyes.
Harvard Crimson Football Conference
The Harvard Crimson play in the Ivy League which is annually one of the most
hotly contested conferences in all of college football. Many of the teams competing in the Ivy League have been facing off
against one another for more than a century and this makes for some long-standing and incredibly passionate rivalries. There
are currently eight teams competing in Ivy League football: the Brown Bears, the Columbia Lions, the Cornell Big Red, the
Dartmouth Big Green, the Harvard Crimson, the Princeton Tigers, the Penn Quakers, and the Yale Bulldogs. If you are looking
to see some big time college football that is steeped in years of tradition, the Ivy League is the place to go.
Harvard Crimson have had 20 former players inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame, one of whom, William H. Lewis,
was the first African-American college football player. Harvard has only appeared in one bowl game, the 1920 Rose Bowl, in
which they defeated the Oregon Ducks 7-6.