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For a dose of college football history, look at one of the oldest college football rivalries in the country: the Harvard ? Yale football rivalry, or more commonly known in football lore as ?The Game?.

One of the sites where The Game occurs is the Yale Bowl, the home of Yale University Bulldogs. Located in New Haven, Connecticut, this 12.5-acre bowl-shaped stadium can currently seat up to 61,000 football fans. Completed in 1914, it is currently the third-largest college football stadium. Drawing inspiration from its home campus? main architectural feature, the stadium facilities adopted the Neogothic design. As a proof of the intensity of the rivalry, the largest recorded attendance in this stadium was 75,300 during the Yale ? Harvard 1981 showdown. T he stadium also hosted an NFL Team, the New York Giants, from 1973 to 1974.

Currently, the home team Yale University holds the advantage over Harvard at 65-54-8 record.
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