The Game kicks off at 12:30 on Saturday as the Yale football team (6-3, 4-2 Ivy) seeks sole possession of second place in the Ivy League and its first "Big Three" championship in four seasons. This Yale-Harvard battle -- coincidently 40 years to the day John F. Kennedy died in Dallas -- should be the most watched game in the history of Ivy League football. Superstation WGN and high-definition TV company HDNet are among the outlets picking up the broadcast, which means between 65 and 70 million homes can tune in Saturday. The voice of the New York Yankees, Charley Steiner, legendary Yale quarterback Brian Dowling and former Harvard and NFL star Dan Jigetts call the action in the famous rivalry set to kickoff at 12:36. The Game can also be heard in New Haven on WELI (AM-960) and WYBC (AM-1340), in Boston on WCRN (AM-830) and WHRB (FM-95.3) and on 67 other stations across the country participating in the Creative Sports Network broadcast.
All About The Game
Nov 21, 2003