Harvard–Yale Football Rivalry
The Harvard-Yale football rivalry, also known as The Game, is an American college football rivalry game played annually by the Harvard Crimson football team of Harvard University and Yale Bulldogs football team of Yale University. The Game is played in November at the end of the football season, with the venue alternating between Harvard Stadium and the Yale Bowl. Through the 2012 game, Yale leads the series 65–56–8.
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... Harvard and Yale have been competing against each other in football since 1875 ... The annual rivalry game between the two schools, known as "The Game", is played in November at the end of the football season ... The Game is the second oldest continuing rivalry and also the third most-played rivalry game in college football history, after the Lehigh–Lafayette Rivalry (1884) and the Princeton–Yale game (187 ...
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