All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy
Harvard is an Ivy League school. These schools were first known to have highly competitive athletic teams. As the teams gained more funding, the universities improved their standards of education and as a result, these schools are now an elite group that produces distinguished graduates. Ironically, Harvard actually tried banning football twice because of its violent and dangerous characteristics. However, the pressure from alumni and students has helped keep Harvard’s football legacy intact. The first stadium was completed in 1903. Their biggest rival? Another Ivy – Yale!