Dawson finished with 144 yards rushing, while Pizzotti was 17 of
40 for 210 yards and one interception for Harvard (5-0).
But Lafayette turned the ball over on four consecutive
possessions (three interceptions, fumble), leading to 24 unanswered
points by Harvard.
Harvard's first score came when Pizzotti completed a 65-yard
scoring drive with a 3-yard touchdown pass to Matt Farbotko.
Harvard took the lead for good at 10:21 of the second quarter on
Pizzotti's 19-yard touchdown pass to Corey Mazza.
Matt Schindel's 20-yard field goal at 12:46 of the third quarter
increased the Harvard lead to 17-7. It was Schindel's 27th career
field goal, tying him with Jim Villanueva for most field goals in
Dawson finished the scoring with a 10-yard touchdown run with
3:44 left in the third quarter. The score tied him with Nick
Hartigan of Brown for most rushing touchdowns in Ivy League history