One of the oldest rivalries in college football is the annual Ivy League showdown between Harvard and Yale. The two teams have met 130 times, they first played each other in 1875, and they have squared off every year since 1945. There aren't many rivalries that are as prestigious as the one between the Crimson and the Bulldogs, and while it may be between two FCS programs, there aren't that many schools that hate each other more than these two.
Today, it was announced that ESPN's College GameDay will head to this year's version of "The Game," which takes place this Saturday in Cambridge, Mass. It will mark the first time that GameDay will broadcast live from Harvard.
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Harvard is 9-0 this season, while Yale is 8-1. The Crimson have won at least a share of the Ivy League title and will win it outright with a win. However, if the Bulldogs are victorious, then they will also get a share of this year's championship. There is a lot riding on this game for both teams, and it should make for an amazing GameDay environment.
This year's version of "The Game" will kick off at 12:30 P.M. EST on Saturday. You can watch it on NBC Sports Network.