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Game Time: 7 p.m. ET
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The Friars went 18-12-3 ATS a season ago while Harvard went 11-14 ATS.
Providence and Harvard will tussle for the sixth time in history on Saturday night, with the Friars having won all five of the previous matchups. They first met in 1932 and last met in 2007. The Friars will look to continue their successes in season openers as they have won 13 of the last 14 with the only loss coming against Northeastern in the 2008-09 season.
This stat will not apply to the Crimson as they opened up their season last night against MIT. They will merely be aiming to net their first win over Providence in program history and end usually dominant performances over the Ivy League for PC. The Friars, according to their game notes, are 128-49 against Ivy League schools. That's not to say it can't be done though as the Friars fell to Brown last season on December 8.