Harvard running back Devin Darrington said the Ivy League's decision to cancel all fall sports was a "big part" of his decision to explore a transfer.
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Harvard Head Football Coach Tim Murphy joined Marty & McGee this morning to talk about the Ivy League's decision to postpone fall sports, how it impacted him and his players, and why the health and safety of the students should be at the forefront of whatever decisions the Power 5 conferences make about their football seasons.
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Harvard Head Football Coach Tim Murphy joined Marty & McGee this morning and talked about the Ivy League's decision to not play sports in the fall, the impact that decision has had on himself and his players, and why the Power 5 conferences need to make their decisions in the fall based on the health and safety of their students & student athletes.
The Ivy League is considering whether to play a seven-game, conference-only football season this fall, or it could play a seven-game season that would begin in April according to a report from TMG Sports.
Liam Shanahan, an All-Ivy selection on the offensive line while at Harvard, has joined LSU as a graduate transfer. He is eligible to play this season for the Tigers.
In our third installment, we look back at games that impacted the battle for the No. 4 spot in the College Football Playoff, including Baylor taking down TCU.
Students from Harvard and Yale universities, along with others who staged a climate change protest on the field during last month's football game between the Ivy League schools, were sentenced Friday to perform community service.
Officials said 42 people were charged with disorderly conduct after a protest interrupted a Saturday football game between archrivals Harvard and Yale.
Oregon's playoff hopes took a huge hit, Ohio State welcomed back its star defensive end and more teams prepared for a big Thanksgiving weekend ahead.
Kurt Rawlings threw two touchdown passes in the final 88 seconds of regulation as Yale rallied from a 17-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat Harvard 50-43 in two overtimes and clinch an Ivy League title on Saturday in one of the strangest editions of...
The second half of Saturday's Harvard-Yale game was delayed after a number of spectators rushed the field to stage a climate change protest.