CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Tickets for the annual Harvard-Yale football game are officially sold out including standing room-only tickets.
For those wishing to see the game without a ticket, the action will be carried live on Versus Television. Check your local listings and cable/ satellite providers for information. On the call will be Ron Thulin, Ross Tucker, Glenn Parker and Lewis Johnson.
The game can also be heard live on the radio and over the internet on AM 1120 (Boston), 1390 (Plymouth), 970 (Sturbridge) with Bernie Corbett and former Harvard QB Mike Giardi '94, as well as WHRB-FM 95.3 (Cambridge) with students Scott Reed and Charlie Hobbs.
Following the game's blackout schedule, full audio and video will be available on GoCrimson.com as an archived event. Fans will be able to download the game to their computers any time with Bernie Corbett and Mike Giardi '94 on the call. The game is part of the football season pass and can also be purchased as a one-time event. Streaming is offered on computers, iPads and iPhones.