The Game would have been played this year on the afternoon of Saturday, November 21, 2020 (in Boston). With the football season canceled, we can predict the score, zero to zero (0-0)...meaning that both teams can claim superior defense, having "bageled" the other team and prevented the opponents from scoring!
Join Yale and Harvard alumni from across the Midwest as we gather together online for brunch while learning the inside secrets of bagel making from culinary celebrity Richard Huff of The Bagelry in Over-the-Rhine (Cincinnati). Participants will enjoy an inside tour of the bagel workshop, insights into the different steps of how bagels are made, and a history of this iconic food (a $20/person value, brought to our alumni for free thanks to our local clubs!). Win points for The Bulldogs or The Crimson sides in live trivia, bagel schmearing, spirit (wear your gear!) and decorated cookie showcase contests for Yale-Harvard bragging rights for the year. Children, partners, family and friends in your quarantine pods welcome -- the more the merrier to brunch and to compete together on screen!
Following the bagel class and contest, we will invite local alumni (football players, performers and fans alike) to share on screen recollections and their best stories from The Game. A special guest or two might even join.
Once you register you will automatically receive a link with detailed participation instructions for the trivia, bagel schmearing, team spirit and decorated cookie contests. So we encourage you to register ASAP!