November 13th, 2017 | by CollegeAD

After his team’s thrilling win over UMass Sunday, Harvard coach Tommy Amaker expressed hope that the Minutemen and Crimson, who completed the current contract for a home-and-home series, would continued to play. “Every time we’ve been able to lock horns as they say with UMass, in all the games we’ve played in this series have been hard-fought games, have been possession games, have been exciting games and I think this has to top all of that in terms of the ending,” he said. “But it’s always been this way and we’re hopeful we can continue this amazing series.” UMass athletic director Ryan Bamford thought extending the series was likely. In fact when he’s working on future schedules, he’s doing so under the assumption that there will be an annual game with the Crimson. – MATT VAUTOUR, gazettenet.comRead More

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