The clock ticked down to zero and the Harvard players sprinted across the Fenway field to celebrate with the student section, beyond the Pesky Pole and under the retired numbers of a century of Boston Red Sox stars.
Another chapter in the history of an iconic ballpark.
Another memorable moment in one of college football's oldest rivalries.
Tom Stewart threw for 312 yards and three touchdowns before being wheeled off the field on a stretcher in the fourth quarter, leading Harvard to a 45-27 victory over Yale on Saturday in the highest-scoring edition in the 143-year history of The Game.
The Crimson ran up 578 yards in offense for their most prolific offensive...