Week 12 gave us some trick plays, big plays, coaches throwing shade, Joey Chestnut and even Bill Murray.
- Ivy League: Officials' mistake cost Harvard win
- Harvard RB enters portal, cites no Ivy fall season
- Report: Ivy League season could move to spring
- LSU lands Harvard OL Shanahan as grad transfer
The Ivy League said Sunday that officials were wrong to wipe out what would have been a game-winning 2-point play in overtime Saturday by Harvard after a replay review awarded Princeton a timeout.
The NCAA has approved a one-time waiver that will allow transfers to have immediate eligibility. Who are the most important players to switch teams this offseason?
Harvard running back Devin Darrington said the Ivy League's decision to cancel all fall sports was a "big part" of his decision to explore a transfer.
Harvard Head Football Coach Tim Murphy joined Marty & McGee this morning to talk about the Ivy League's decision to postpone fall sports, how it impacted him and his players, and why the health and safety of the students should be at the forefront of whatever decisions the Power 5 conferences make about their football seasons.
Harvard Head Football Coach Tim Murphy joined Marty & McGee this morning and talked about the Ivy League's decision to not play sports in the fall, the impact that decision has had on himself and his players, and why the Power 5 conferences need to make their decisions in the fall based on the health and safety of their students & student athletes.
The Ivy League is considering whether to play a seven-game, conference-only football season this fall, or it could play a seven-game season that would begin in April according to a report from TMG Sports.
Liam Shanahan, an All-Ivy selection on the offensive line while at Harvard, has joined LSU as a graduate transfer. He is eligible to play this season for the Tigers.
In our third installment, we look back at games that impacted the battle for the No. 4 spot in the College Football Playoff, including Baylor taking down TCU.