BOSTON (AP) -- Liam O'Hagan threw three touchdown passes to Kelly
Widman and ran for another Saturday in Harvard's 29-3 victory over
The Crismon (6-3, 4-2 Ivy League) kept hopes alive in the race
for the Ivy League Championship by outscoring the Quakers 14-3 in
the first quarter.
Penn (5-4, 3-3) jumped out to 3-0 lead 2:27 into the opening
quarter when Derek Zoch kicked a 39-yard field goal.
But O'Hagan answered with touchdown passes of 4 yards and 18
yards to Widman.
O'Hagan completed 22 of 36 passes for 293 yards. He threw his
third scoring pass of the game at 3:48 of the second quarter when
he connected with Widman again from 22 yards out to boost the
Harvard lead to 18-3.
With 37 seconds remaining in the first half, O'Hagan scored on a
12-yard run, and ran in the two-point conversion, to put the
Crimson on top 26-3.
Matt Schindel tacked on a 28-yard field in the fourth quarter
It was Penn's worst loss to Harvard since 1997 when the Crimson
Tim Murphy won his 72nd game as Harvard's coach, putting him in
second place on the Crimson career list, one win ahead of Percy