FOOTBALL | Harvard comes back, avoids upset
Moral victories are not tallied in the Ivy League standings, but after an adversity-plagued 2012 season, the Bulldogs’ performance last Saturday would be chalked up in that category.
FOOTBALL | Bulldogs fall to Harvard
Harvard was a 33-point favorite over the Elis coming into the 129th playing of The Game. In rivalries, however, the Elis proved that predictions mean nothing.
FOOTBALL | KEYS TO THE GAME
Yale has a tall order ahead of it to bring down Harvard. Here’s what the Bulldogs will need to do to put the Cantabs back in their place.
MEN’S BASKETBALL | Elis outlasted by Pioneers in OT
It is not how you start, but how you finish. The Elis (0–1, 0–0 Ivy) learned that lesson the hard way as they blew a 24-point lead to Sacred Heart (1–0, 0–0 Northeast) on Saturday before falling 85–82 in overtime.
Keys to the game
Rest the quarterback: Due to the fast pace of college football, it seems like a team cannot win without a quarterback who can lead them down the field. Yale’s best chance at a victory this weekend, however, might come from sitting its signal callers on the bench. With shoulder injuries to quarterbacks Eric Williams ’16 »
FOOTBALL | Elis look to earn their stripes
It has been almost 139 years since Yale and Princeton first faced off on the gridiron. Both the game and the two universities have changed, but the two colleges will meet again tomorrow in the oldest rivalry in the Ivy League.
MEN’S BASKETBALL | Bulldogs seek balance
Yale trailed Columbia 57–58 with seven seconds left when guard Reggie Willhite ’12 drove to the basket for the game-winning layup to silence the crowd at Levien Gym last February. With Willhite and first-team All-Ivy center Greg Mangano ’12 now graduated, the Bulldogs will have to look to others to step up as the 2012–’13 »