Harvard Stadium Hosts First Night Game In 104 Years of Existence

HARVARD FOOTBALL STADIUM FINALLY SEES THE LIGHTS: Last weekend was a momentous one in historically-rich Boston, as Harvard hosted its first gridiron night game in 104 years:

Harvard Night Game

The HARVARD CRIMSON reports how the country’s oldest football stadium for the nation’s oldest university turned on the night lights, after over a century of smash-mouth service.

Folks had no worries about seeing in the dark, as almost 19,000 fans packed the rafters to watch the Crimson take care of Ivy League-rivals (and Chris Berman’s alma mater) Brown, 24-17.

Harvard Beats Yale 29-29

It might be the most memorable moment in the stadium’s history since 1968, when Harvard Beat Yale, 29-29.