Finger wag negates Harvard Crimson RB Devin Darrington's touchdown vs. Yale Bulldogs

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"The bottom line is: He was wrong", Murphy said. Two plays later, O'Connor scored on a 1-yard run and Yale tied it with the PAT.

"I don't know when I've been more proud of a football team in my 25 years as a head coach here, and 32 years as a head coach", said Murphy.

Darrington ran for 91 yards and two scores on the day, but had another negated by a taunting penalty.

Yale (5-5, 3-4) had beaten Harvard in back-to-back years, but the Crimson have now won 15 of the last 18 matchups.

After the Bulldogs' Alex Galland shanked a second quarter punt out of bounds at the Harvard 38, the Crimson (6-4, 4-3 Ivy) lined up in a wildcat formation.

"Bang-bang play. I thought it was just a solid football play".

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A shanked punt by Galland led to Stewart connecting with senior Brian Dunlap on a 43-yard hookup to the Yale 26. This time, the Bulldogs did it through the air, as O'Connor found J.P. Shohfi (seven receptions, 127 yards) in the right corner of the end zone from 16 yards out.

Stewart, who threw for 312 yards and three touchdowns, wheeled off the field on a stretcher in the fourth quarter after taking a hit while dropping down to slide.

Harvard running back Devin Darrington was left crimson-faced after having a touchdown run called back during his school's 45-27 win over Yale on Saturday.

The four-play, 59-yard drive was set up by an interception by Yale's Rodney Thomas.

The penalty happened in the fourth quarter of the rivalry when Darrington broke loose for what should have been a touchdown run to put the Crimson up 34-28.

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