The Harvard Crimson represents the athletic programs and
intercollegiate teams of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
NCAA Division I school, the university competes in the Ivy League and a number of other sport-specific collegiate leagues. Harvard has amassed a strong athletic history throughout the years, collecting a wealth of national titles in some of its stronger sports, such as football, men's golf and women's lacrosse. Other men's and women's programs sponsored by the university include soccer, sailing, rowing, wrestling, fencing, ice hockey, baseball and field hockey.
The University of Notre Dame is a Catholic research university located in South Bend, Indiana that was founded in 1842. The Fighting Irish is the name of the sports teams that compete on behalf of the school in the NCAA Division I Atlantic Coast Conference. Though the school hosts a wide variety of sports, including fencing and lacrosse, its best known teams are its football, basketball and baseball clubs.
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Louisiana singer/songwriter Trace Adkins is an American country music artist, and made his debut in 1996 with the album Dreamin' Out Loud. Since then, Adkins has released many more studio albums and two greatest hits compilations. In addition, he has charted more than 20 singles on the Billboard country music charts, including the hits "(This Ain't) No Thinkin' Thing", "Ladies Love Country Boys", and "You're Gonna Miss This." All but one of his studio albums have received gold or platinum certification in the United States. He has also made several appearances on television, including as a panelist on the game shows Hollywood Squares and Pyramid, as a finalist on The Celebrity Apprentice, as the voice for recurring character Elvin on King of the Hill, and in television commercial voice-overs for the KFC restaurant chain. In addition, Adkins has written an autobiography entitled A Personal Stand: Observations and Opinions from a Free-Thinking Roughneck, which was released in late 2007.