The arrival of Week 12 of the college football season means a quick preview of rivalry week. Few rivalry games are bigger than the annual The Game showdown between the Yale Bulldogs and Harvard Crimson.
Here's everything you need to know about The Game on Saturday.
Where is The Game 2022?
The 2022 Yale vs Harvard Game showdown will be played in Cambridge, MA at the Crimson's Harvard Stadium. Harvard Stadium holds a capacity of 30,323 seats and was built in 1903. Harvard is 1-3 at home this season, while the 7-2 Bulldogs are just 2-2 on the road.
Dating back to 2000, Harvard is 6-3 when playing The Game matchups in front of its home crowd.
When is Yale vs Harvard The Game?
The Game 2022 is officially scheduled for Week 12 of the college football season. The game will be played on Saturday, Nov. 19 with a kickoff time scheduled for 12 p.m. ET. The game airs live on ESPNU.
The Game Yale vs Harvard Prediction and Odds 2022
Yale enters The Game with momentum on its side. The Bulldogs have won three consecutive outings, outscoring those opponents by a combined score of 134-53. Meanwhile, the Crimson have had issues winning back-to-back games lately and are only 1-3 straight up at Harvard Stadium this season.
While Harvard has dominated this Ivy League rivalry over the last 20 years, Yale is the better team this time around. The Bulldogs own the No. 1 offense and No. 3 defense in the conference, scoring about three more points while allowing four fewer than the Crimson.
With momentum on its side, look for Yale to win on Saturday.
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Moneyline: YALE: (TBD) | HARV: (TBD)
Spread: YALE: TBD (TBD) | HARV: TBD (TBD)
Total: TBD — Over: (TBD) | Under: (TBD)
Final Score Prediction: Yale: 28 | Harvard: 23
The Game History
Yale and Harvard have faced off 137 times since their first meeting in 1875. This has been a fairly close rivalry, though, with the Bulldogs notching 68 wins to Harvard's 61. There have also been eight ties in the series.
The series has also favored Harvard in recent years, winning 11 of the last 14 meetings. That includes the Crimson winning last year's meeting by a final score of 34-31
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