別に余裕があるわけでは全然ないのですが、Once in a life timeだろうなー、と思い、思い切ってNew Havenまで、↓の応援に行ってきましたー。
The football teams of Harvard and Yale have been meeting nearly annually since their first game on November 13, 1875.
Following is a table of dates, scores and venues of Harvard-Yale games.   All games were played on Saturdays
except those in 1883 and 1887 when the game was played on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. Since 1945 the Game has
been played in New Haven, Connecticut in odd years and in Cambridge, Massachusetts in even years.
As of November 2009, 126 games have been played. Yale has 65 wins and Harvard has 53 wins (8 games ended as ties).
（Wikiの本日付「List of Harvard–Yale football games」より抜粋）
The Yale "We Suck" prank was a practical joke accomplished November 20, 2004, at the annual Yale-Harvard football game, Yale students used a card stunt to trick more than 1,800 Harvard fans into holding up placecards that spelled "WE SUCK".
Michael Kai and David Aulicino, two Yale students in the Class of 2005, created and coordinated the plan. Disguised as the "Harvard Pep Squad," they and twenty classmates handed white and crimson placards to fans—mostly Harvard alumni, with a few faculty, students, and others—in the central area of the Harvard side of the stadium. The group told the crowd that by lifting the placards they would spell "GO HARVARD." The placards were actually arranged to spell "WE SUCK."
Initially, many at Harvard maligned the incident, while others denied it happened. In response, Kai and Aulicino registered
the domain name "harvardsucks.org" (as well as "yalesucks.org" in a preemptive move) and posted the video. Chuck Sullivan,
Harvard's director of athletic communications, said "[It was] all in good fun." 
Some Harvard partisans criticized the pranksters because most of the 1,800 placard lifters were older, more gullible alumni.
Afterwards, in an interview with the Harvard Crimson, Kai and Aulicino said members of the Harvard Band were complicit with the
Yale pranksters. When the Crimson published their remark, the Yale duo responded, "Now, who is gullible?".