In the fourth quarter of Harvard's 45-27 victory over Yale on Saturday, Crimson ran her. Devin Darrington's back back up to a 27-yard scanner, but put hold on a branch because he did not. attacking the front line attack attack and was asked to go to; shifting South-
Tom Stewart shot for 312 yards and three shows before cycling was removed in fourth quarter lines, Harvard Crimson's direction to the 45-27 victory over Bulldog Yale on Saturday at Fenway Park.
The penalty failed without Darrington's overseas, and Harvard had come out to visit Boston.
"The lowest line is: It was wrong," said Harvard coach Tim Murphy. "It was wrong. That's simple. It's the right right; it was wrong. I'm so grateful to our team that he did not have to learn that the hard way to try to stay with that for a year or not many years. "
At Crimson's next property, Darrington once again broke out, which gets 27 yards to his / her; 6. Two plays later, he introduced it from the 4 to give Harvard 37-27 directions.
Darrington, sophomore, finished with 91 yards on nine vehicles with two touchdowns.
The Associated Press added this report.