Harvard 29, Pennsylvania 3

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
for Harvard.

It was Penn's worst loss to Harvard since 1997 when the Crimson
won 33-0.

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
Haughton (1908-16).