CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Harvard quarterback Collier Winters threw for a score and ran for another, keeping the Crimson in first place in the Ivy League with a 37-20 win over Pennsylvania on Saturday.
Penn led 7-0 after the opening quarter, but Winters' 24-yard scoring strike to Cameron Brate early in the second quarter started a run of 37 straight points. Alexander Norman intercepted a Billy Ragone pass and returned it 34 yards for a score to cap the spree with Harvard up 37-7 early in the fourth.
Winters threw for 132 yards and ran for 30 to help the Crimson (8-1, 6-0) snap a two-game slide against Penn. Still, Harvard has won five of the last eight in the series, and has a 46-34-2 all-time advantage.
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