David Silverman
The Bears celebrated after defeating Harvard, 24–22, on September 27 by stopping a Crimson two-point conversion with 1:03 remaining. The team's jubilation continued for the next five weeks, as Brown went 4–0 in Ivy play for the first time in its history. By defeating Penn, 34–27, on November 1, Brown took sole possession of first place from the Quakers, who until then had allowed an average of only thirteen points a game.


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The Alumni Monthly should consider a feature about the "Alumni Sons that helped bring championship". Neal Rooney, Andrew Serrano, and Buddy Farnham...the story could contrast the 70s with school spirit, full stadiums, 
and bonfire rallies with 2000s...You could piggy back on the NESN special about Ivy League Football (known as the father of football in America) and it's impact.
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