Harvard beats Yale in The Game at Fenway Park

Devin Darrington #36 of the Harvard Crimson reacts with teammates after scoring a touchdown during a game against the Yale Bulldogs at Fenway Park

Devin Darrington #36 of the Harvard Crimson reacts with teammates after scoring a touchdown during a game against the Yale Bulldogs at Fenway Park

The Game could have gotten away from Harvard in the second half on Saturday at Fenway Park.

In the fourth, Darrington went up the middle for a 27-yard score, but he wagged a finger as he outran a defender toward the goal line.

The Harvard-Yale rivalry is as intense as ever, especially for Crimson running back Devin Darrington.

Officials dealt Harvard an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, and because it was for taunting during a play rather than in celebration, the Crimson lost the touchdown and were handed a 15-yard penalty. Two plays later, he took it in from the 4 to give Harvard a 37-27 lead. I'll play.' He hadn't thrown a pass in about a week. Regardless, Murphy said Darrington deserved a flag.

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Once matters calmed, Harvard drove 84 yards in nine plays with Stewart finding Henry Taylor, who outleaped Yale's Dathan Hickey for a 23-yard score. "He came to me and said, "coach, I'll play".

Yale took its first lead with 8:33 left in the third quarter when Galland booted a 32-yard field goal. He's going to be an outstanding football player ... but he was wrong. "It's just heartbreaking to see his season have to end that way".

It was a back-and-forth affair for the first three quarters. The touchdown was called back as a result.

"I don't deserve credit for either one of those picks", said Miller, who credited the defensive coaching staff. Two plays later, Stewart passed to Taylor in the left flat and the senior reached the end zone with a dive. Darrington later atoned for his transgression with scoring scampers of 4 and 16 yards with 7:59 and 3:51, respectively, to play.

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