GameDay host talks Harvard-Yale
With GameDay coming to Cambridge for the 131st edition of The Game, the News talked with Chris Fowler about Saturday and the related festivities.
The return and rise of Ciotti
Larry Ciotti was the first football coach Daniel Hand High School ever hired. In 1970, the Madison, Connecticut school hired Ciotti — then only four years removed from a college football career at Southern Connecticut State — to build its football program.
FOOTBALL: Tight ends healthy, ready for Harvard
As they march into the biggest weekend of their season, the Elis have more than just their eight wins, five-game winning streak and undefeated record on the road to give them momentum. They also have their two veteran tight ends back.
FOOTBALL: RC3 — a motivational force
The Yale football team’s offense has shown fans in its 8–1 start that if a team wants to put up 43.0 points a game and own the highest-gaining offense in the entire NCAA Football Championship Subdivision, it is going to need a diversity of weapons.
FOOTBALL: Yale’s “hardest hitter” on the rise
The Yale football team has enjoyed success this year largely due to its prolific offense, which ranks first in the Football Championship Subdivision in total yards per game and fourth in points per game.
GameDay, meet “The Game”
Next Saturday morning, the most-watched sports broadcasting channel in the country will focus its attention on a historic Yale football matchup.
Harvard clinches share of Ivy crown with defeat of Penn
With its 34–24 win against a struggling 1–7 Penn squad, the Harvard football team clinched a share of its second consecutive Ivy League championship and dampened the Quakers’ goodbye to longtime head coach Al Bagnoli.
FOOTBALL: Bulldogs topple Tigers 44–30
In yet another high-scoring matchup at the Yale Bowl, the Yale football team set itself up with a chance to secure a share of the Ivy League title by defeating Princeton 44–30. The win is the Bulldogs’ first victory over the Tigers since 2011.
FOOTBALL: Yale beats Princeton 44–30
For the first time in three years, the Yale football team defeated Princeton, setting the Bulldogs up for an opportunity to clinch a share of the Ivy League title next weekend against Harvard.
FOOTBALL LIVEBLOG: Elis aim to tame Tigers
The Yale football team (7–1, 4–1 Ivy) is two wins away from a share of the Ivy League championship — but one loss away from virtually shattering its chances at a title. Follow along for updates from the Yale Bowl in the Elis' final home game of the season against Princeton (5–3, 4–1).