Brown vs. Harvard: Live Stream, TV Channel & Start Time | 09/24/2021

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Harvard Crimson (1-0, 0-0 Ivy League) will face another Ivy League team when they host the Brown Bears (0-1, 0-0 Ivy League) on Friday, September 24, 2021 at Harvard. Stadium. Check out the story below for all the details you need to know, including how to watch this game on FuboTV.

How to watch Harvard vs. Brown

Harvard and Brown statistics

  • The Crimson is only 1.0 points less per game (44.0) than the surrender of the Bears (45.0).
  • The Crimsons have zero sales this season, equal to the number of takeaways for the Bears.
  • The Bears, on average, are 15.0 points higher (24.0) than the Crimsons allow (9.0).
  • This year, the Bears have never returned the ball, while the Crimsons forced 0 turnovers.

Harvard players to watch

  • Charlie Dean leads Harvard with 94 passing yards (94.0 yards per game) on 10 of 19 passes with two TDs versus no interceptions this season. He also adds 17 rushing yards (17.0 yards per game) in three carries.
  • Aaron Shampklin’s 183.0 rushing yards (183.0 per game), the team’s top, have come in 14 carries, with two touchdowns this year.
  • This season, Aidan Borguet had seven carries for 85 yards (85.0 per game) and one touchdown.
  • The team’s top 38 receiving Kaedyn Odermann (38.0 yards per game) ended in two receptions with a touchdown.
  • Kym Wimberly has caught four passes for 30 yards (30.0 yards per game) this year.
  • Gavin Sharkey has three catches for 16 yards (16.0 yards per game) this season.

Brown players to watch

  • EJ Perry was a double threat to lead Brown in both passing and running. He has 345 passing yards (345.0 yards per game), completing 61.3% of his passes and recording two touchdowns and two interceptions this season. He ran 59 yards (59.0 yards per game) on nine carries.
  • Allen Smith carried the ball 15 times for a record 65 yards (65.0 per game), with one touchdown this year.
  • Hayes Sutton’s 78 receiving yards (78.0 yards per game) for the team had seven receptions with one touchdown.
  • Wes Rockett has a 75-yard season so far (75.0 yards per game) with a touchdown, registering eight assists.
  • Zachary Targoff’s two receptions this season resulted in 40 yards (40.0 yards per game).

Harvard Calendar and Results

Dated Opponent Goal Far from home

09/18/2021

Georgetown

W 44-9

A way

09/24/2021

Brown

Home

02/10/2021

the holy cross

A way

09/10/2021

Cornell

Home

10/16/2021

Lafayette

Home

Brown’s schedule and results

Dated Opponent Goal Far from home

09/18/2021

Rhode Island

L 45-24

Home

09/24/2021

Harvard

A way

02/10/2021

Bryant

A way

09/10/2021

Colgate

Home

10/16/2021

Princeton

Home

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