The final weekend of Ivy League football is here, which means Yale vs. Harvard.
It also seemingly means a Harvard victory, but not so fast. Sure, Harvard is 7-2, 5-1 in the Ivy League, and Yale is 2-7, 2-5. All that means nothing, never has and never will, in terms of emotion for the game at Harvard Stadium in Boston (12:30 p.m., CNBC).
"Every year, no matter what the records are or what's at stake, Harvard-Yale just has a different feel about it," Crimson senior quarterback Joe Viviano told the Harvard Crimson. "That's really why you come here."
Harvard has a chance to do something special by winning. The seniors can leave having won or shared a...