By Matt Noonan
CAMBRIDGE, MA – From the start, it seemed we were in for a low scoring affair.
Bucknell and Harvard commenced their non-conference tilt with punts and interceptions. Yet, on their fourth offensive series of the afternoon, the Crimson located the end zone when quarterback Colton Chapple capped a four-play, 27-yard drive with a six-yard score.
Harvard ballooned their lead with three more touchdowns in the second – two strikes to Cameron Brate and Kyle Juszczyk and a 59-yard rushing score by Andrew Fischer, which provided Harvard with a 28-0 lead at the break.
Bucknell’s offense executed 29 plays for 90-yards of total offense, while Harvard concluded the first half with 320 yards of 32 plays.
Harvard is the second team this season to score 20 or more points against Bucknell – Lafayette posted 20 points in a game against the Bison earlier this season.