Yale beats Harvard, clinches its first outright Ivy League title since 1980, and storms the field
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The Bulldogs’ defense dominated in a rivalry win. Yale beat Harvard on Saturday in New Haven, 24-3. It’s the second year in a row the Bulldogs have won the game known just as “The Game,” and it runs their all-time record against the Crimson to 67-59-8. It also clinched the Ivy League for Yale, which finishes its year 9-1 after going a lousy 3-7 in 2016.

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Why that field-rushing, other than that beating a rival’s always a big deal? It’s a huge deal for Yale to win this...


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