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Football Closes Road Schedule at Penn Saturday

The Crimson faces the Quakers Saturday at 1 p.m. (Gil Talbot).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard football will play its final road game of the 2018 season, as the Crimson travels to Philadelphia to take on Penn Saturday, Nov. 10 at 1 p.m. The game will be shown live on ESPN+ and will be carried over the radio on Bloomberg WRCA (1330 AM/106.1 FM). 

The Crimson heads into the game 4-4 overall and 2-3 in the Ivy League, while the Quakers stand 6-2 and 3-2. 

How to Follow
Broadcast: ESPN+
Live Stats: vs. Penn
Twitter: @HarvardFootball
Game Notes: vs. Penn

What to Know
- Saturday's game will mark the 89th all-time meeting between the Ivy rivals, with the Crimson leading the series, 48-38-2. Last season, the Quakers emerged with a 23-6 victory at Harvard Stadium. Since 2001, Harvard has won eight matchups, while Penn has taken nine, including three-straight. 

- This season, the Crimson has an unblemished record when leading after the first half (4-0), scoring 30 or more points (4-0) and allowing opponents to score 20 points of less (3-0).

- In Harvard's 52-18 win over Columbia Nov. 3, quarterback Tom Stewart, the Ivy League Co-Offensive Player of the Week, set or tied several Harvard and personal records. Stewart compleed 15-of-26 passes for a career-high 393 passing yards, the eighth most in a single game in school history. He also tossed five touchdown passes, which tied the program record for a game. His 92-yard touchdown strike to Jack Cook was the longest TD pass in school history. 

- Jack Cook (4 rec., 107 yds., 1 TD) and Henry Taylor (5 rec., 105 yds., 2 TD) had career-days in the 52-18 win over Columbia Nov. 3. They became the first Crimson teammates to go over 100 receiving yards in a game since Justice Shelton-Mosley '19 and Anthony Firkser '17 against Rhode Island on Sept. 16, 2016. 

- Wesley Ogsbury, who leads the Crimson with five interceptions this season, recorded a career-high two picks against Columbia Nov. 3 and was named Ivy Defensive Player of the Week.. He became the first Harvard defender with two INTs in a game since Tanner Lee '18 against Cornell on Oct. 8, 2016.

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