ONORATO: Celebrating the BowlThis fall marks 100 years of football at the historic Yale Bowl.
ONORATO: Jeter transcends rivalryI have always been, and will always be, a diehard Red Sox fan.
HE: Feeding the white elephantsFor every iconic sports team, there is an iconic stadium or arena associated with it.
HE: Student-athletes should be paidBut greed, as it turns out, is not always good.
ONORATO: Celebrating America's pastimeMade and perfected right here at home, the sport and the experience that baseball offers is uniquely American.
FOOTBALL: Tyler Varga, one-of-a-kind running backWhen one imagines a running back with a bodybuilder’s physique storming down the gridiron with the balance and agility of a downhill skier, one can get a sense of the nightmare Ivy League defenses have dealt with in preparing for running back Tyler Varga ’15 the past three seasons.
FOOTBALL: Looking back to 2006
It has been years since Yale beat Harvard, but how did the 2006 team do it?
FOOTBALL: Keys to The Game
If the Bulldogs can outrun the Crimson, utilize all their weapons and win the turnover battle, they can emerge victorious from The Game for the first time since 2006.
The Game: A celebration
The meaning of Harvard-Yale, through the eyes of two senior leaders on the offensive line.
Harvard killed the dinosaurs
I have a confession: My mother went to Harvard.
FOOTBALL: The Game that Yale has been waiting for
Completely revitalized, boasting the highest-gaining offense in the entire Football Championship Subdivision and still holding a chance at an Ivy League title share, the Elis (8–1, 5–1 Ivy) go head-to-head with the Crimson (9–0, 6–0) seeking redemption.
FOOTBALL: Breaking down The Game
Compare Yale to Harvard across the board and learn who comes out on top.
FOOTBALL: Yale’s season in review
Walk through the Bulldogs' 2014 campaign, one game at a time.
FOOTBALL: Harvard, game by game
The Crimson has won every game it has played this season — read through to find out how.
FOOTBALL: What went wrong?
The Game 2014 is more than a battle for Ivy League supremacy — it is an opportunity for Yale to exorcise the ghosts of seven years futility on the gridiron. Here is a look back at what has gone wrong for more than half a decade.
FOOTBALL: The other games
The Game marks a time for Yalies to come together to celebrate the navy blue as they battle our rivals from the North. That said, Yale students have had many other opportunities to cheer against Cambridge this season in fall sports.
FOOTBALL: A brief history of The Game
As of last year, Yale leads the all-time series 65–57–8. However, the Bulldogs have fallen on rough times as of late — the Elis have not won since 2006, when they triumphed over the Cantabs 34–1.