The “8: Ivy League Football and America” DVD explores the unique role that the Ivy League schools played in developing American football. From the day Princeton played the first intercollegiate game in 1869 football caught America in its grip. By the 1880s, New York’s Manhattan Field overflowed to watch Princeton and Yale play for the national championship on Read the rest of this entry
Launching later today and designed by yours truly! Harvard shares the Ivy title with Brown this year. Harvard also won last year creating back to back Championships! Go Crimson football! Check the Ivysport Champions Fall Store later in the day.
Sneek-peak; Ivysport’s Ivy Champions; 2008 Brown Ivy League Football Champions. This is Brown’s second championship in the last three years (2005). These should be up shortly followed by Harvard’s Football Champions. This is Harvard’s second consecutive win and its first title repeat since 1982-83.
Courtesy of Brown Sports Information and Harvard Athletic Communications
In two different games with similar frigid conditions, Brown and Harvard completed their championship seasons with wins to share the 2008 Ivy League Football title.
In the 125th edition of “The Game”, Harvard emerged with a 10-0 victory over Yale for the program’s 13th Ivy League Championship fighting through swirling winds, single-digit temperatures at Harvard Stadium. Read the rest of this entry
With Brown’s 45-16 rout of Dartmouth and Harvard’s 24-21 thrilling win over Penn this Saturday, the Ivy League Football title will come down to the final weekend.
Brown and Harvard enter the last Saturday of the 2008 season each at 5-1. The Bears host Columbia at 1 p.m. while The Crimson welcomes Yale at Noon in the 125th edition of The Game and The Ivy League Game of the Week, Presented by TIAA-CREF. Read the rest of this entry
Here’s a sneak-peak to the upcoming THE GAME Harvard-Yale or… Yale-Harvard shirts. I have to say that these are my favorite THE GAME designs that I’ve designed in most recent years. When designing them I thought about the reference “Harvard-Yale” and then imagined the yells and Read the rest of this entry
BOSTON – NESN, New England’s most watched sports network, will air the television premiere of Eight: Ivy League Football and America on Saturday, November 1 at 4 p.m., immediately following the network’s live coverage of the Harvard at Dartmouth football game, which begins at 12:30 p.m. The 90-minute documentary explores the unique role that Ivy League schools played in developing American football and looks at the many ways that football’s development in the Ivy League mirrored American culture. Read the rest of this entry