Ivy League questions replay feasibility
At one point in the second quarter of the Yale football team’s win over Columbia last Saturday, referees had Yale’s kickoff unit frustrated after Columbia’s kick returner, who lost control of the ball and allowed three Yale players to jump on it, was ruled down before the fumble.
FOOTBALL: Defense drives victory in Big Apple
Throughout most of its first six games of the season, the Yale football team became accustomed to high-scoring, fast-paced games with a powerful offense but inconsistent defense.
FOOTBALL: Bulldogs win despite sloppy execution
The Bulldogs put up the fewest points they have scored this season against a winless Columbia team. But Yale managed to win 25–7 thanks to its best defensive performance of the year.
FOOTBALL: Yale faces winless Lions
A few months ago, when little was known about the upcoming Ivy League football season, the Yale football team’s matchup at Columbia was the only game on the Bulldogs’ schedule that, whatever happened during the season, seemed like a likely victory.
FOOTBALL: Keys to the game
The Yale football team matches up with Columbia tomorrow in hopes of surpassing its 2013 win total with a sixth victory this season.
FOOTBALL: Oplinger talks defense
Younger players have made an early impact on the defensive side of Yale’s squad. One notable example, linebacker Matthew Oplinger ’18, has been a major contributor as starting linebacker in his freshman campaign.