Crimson turns the tide on Bruno

It came down to the wire, but the Bears’ Friday night football game against Harvard ended in the Crimson’s favor, 24-21.

The Bears led 14-10 at halftime in Cambridge, with two rushes into the endzone by wide receiver Bobby Sewall ’10. Harvard struck back with two touchdowns in the second half to go up 24-14.

Brown answered with another Sewall touchdown in the last minute of the fourth quarter. A recovered onside kick gave Brown a last chance at victory, but the Bears’ comeback effort came up short with an incomplete endzone pass.

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1 Comment

  1. '11

    The game was not as close as the score might indicate, according to this observer.

    Bruno benefitted from an extended application of the stupid “prevent defense” by Harvard at the end.

    Similarly, Yale was able to make it appear closer than it was against Cornell when the Big Red similarly decided to play soft with 5 minutes left.

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