It was Nov. 23rd, 1968. Yale was ranked in the top 20, but the Crimson were undefeated also. I listened to most of the last quarter on radio in my driveway in Fall River. My Dad brought out this portable radio and he my friend and I listened to it. I think it may have been Don Gillis doing play by play. I wasn't a big Harvard fan but they were a local team so we cheered for them. (I was more of a Brown fan....Oh and Notre Dame and B.C. where my Dad went) The ending was so crazy we were shocked. 16 points in 42 seconds. When Pete Varney caught the extra point from Frank Champee I leaped from the driveway onto the grass. I know it was a tie but don't say that to Yale fans, LOL. Anyway it is still my favorite college football game to this day. Even more then the Irish upsetting Miami in October of 1988. The late Beano Cook listed this game in a 1995 video as one of the 10 greatest college games of all time.