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Harvard voted league favorite

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Ivy League preseason media poll puts Crimson on top

PRINCETON, N.J. – Harvard was voted as the league favorite in the Ivy League preseason media poll, released today (Aug. 10) as part of the league’s annual football media day.

Harvard received 10 of the 17 first-place votes and finished with 128 points. Penn received six first-place votes and 124 points while Brown was third in the voting with 95 points. Yale also received a first-place vote in rounding out the upper division selections in fourth place with 83 points. Those four teams were picked in the same order for the second straight season.

Ten Harvard players were named preseason All-Ivy League by Phil Steele’s Football Preview, while captain and free safety Collin Zych has garnered preseason All-America honors from every publication.

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