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November 22, 2014

Dear Diary,

Today’s the big day! The 131st matchup between two of college football’s most bitter rivals. The Yale Bulldogs take on the undefeated Harvard Crimson in the long- awaited football game of the year. Corso picked the underdogs, but I’m not stressing, I’ll @ him about my feelings on his pick later.

Dear Diary,

I’m so excited about “The Game” today. This Ivy League football matchup is always wicked intense, and filled with a ton of action. I can’t wait to see if Harvard has any snarky pranks up their sleeves in response to that brutally embarrassing prank Yale pulled on Harvard at the 2004 game.

Dear Diary,

I’m kind of bummed out that ESPN isn’t broadcasting the game, I’m sure whoever is in charge over there did not go to Harvard or Yale because they’re really missing out on a ton of potential viewers. Bad business on their end. Luckily, viewers can conveniently tune into AM 1200, FM 94.5-HD2, FM 95.3, or Yale Football Radio Network to stay tuned in.

 

Dear Diary,

The game is underway and the players are marching onto the turf. I’m turnt up. Harvard is looking huge and Yale could quite possibly be mistaken for a pop warner team.

 

Dear Diary,

Things aren’t looking good for the Crimson as we head into the second half 7-3. I’m a little disgruntled at the BS that the refs have been calling all game, but hey, that’s them just being biased. Not going to lie, Harvard has also missed some golden opportunities.

Dear Diary,

Kyle Cazzetta of Yale just kicked a 33-yard field goal, tying the game with just under 4 minutes to play. With the momentum shifting toward the Bulldogs, I’m beginning to believe Corso cursed us.

Dear Diary,

OMFG! Conner Hemple just threw a jaw-dropping 35-yarder TD pass to Andrew Fischer with 55 seconds left to play to win it 31-24!

Suck it Corso!

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