Harvard and San Diego were actually in a tight battle early on as Harvard was up 14-13 by the half. Then, they took off.
Conner Hempel threw for 345 yards and four touchdowns as Harvard turned a close game into a runaway, defeating San Diego 42-20 on Saturday. Hempel took over in the second half, tossing four touchdown passes to three receivers to lead the onslaught. Mills went 27 of 46 for 293 yards and hooked up with Reggie Bell (7 catches, 101 yards) for a 12-yard fourth quarter touchdown. Mills was intercepted on the next possession leading to Harvard’s final touchdown, a 30-yard toss from Hempel to Andrew Fischer – his second score of the day.
Yup, it was a classic tale of two halves. I think the biggest thing to take away from here is that it was a good game. Washington Post with the recap.