Tom Stewart threw himself for 312 yards and three touchdowns before being fired on a fourth quarter quarrel, leading Harvard to a 45-27 victory over Yale on Saturday at Fenway Park in the highest scoring matchup of 143-year-old game history.
The senior, who played his last game, scrambled for 1 turn before he hit when he dropped in a slip on the temporary miss where Red Sox shortstop would stand. As a doctor participated in him, the players kneeled on both layers; Yale quarterback Griffin O & # 39; Connor made the cross’s sign.
The school announced after the match that it was a right hip injury and Stewart was expected to make a full recovery.
“Heartbreaking for it to be so late in the game, so late in his career,” said Harvard coach Tim Murphy, who is now 1
8-7 in The Game. Tom Stewart left the game late in Harvard’s victory over Yale. Adam Glanzman / Getty Images