FOOTBALL: At halftime, Yale leads Harvard 7–3
With a share of the Ivy League title on the line, the Bulldogs got off to a strong start buoyed by the play of the defense and the legs of running back Tyler Varga ’15, finishing the half leading 7–3.
FOOTBALL LIVEBLOG: THE GAME 2014
With the Ivy League title at stake, the Yale Bulldogs march into Harvard Stadium, hoping to knock off the perfect Crimson for the first time since 2006.
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.
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: 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.