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.
Breaking Down the Bulldogs: Volleyball’s 6–2 Offense
Sports reporter Kevin Kucharski ’15 and club volleyball captain Claire Fitzpatrick ’15 take a look at the volleyball team’s 6–2 offense, which has been one of the top units in the nation this season.
Bulldogs lend helping hand
Four players who did not travel with the team spent the day delivering supplies to victims of Hurricane Sandy living in the Jacob Riis Houses, a public housing project in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
McHale continues to lead Elis
As the football season approaches its conclusion, it will be Bulldogs’ first without a captain in the team’s 140-year history, but the new “team leader” system has had little effect on the team’s culture and performance.
2006 team reflects on last Yale victory
Six years ago, the Yale football team entered Harvard Stadium hoping to end a five-game losing streak against the Crimson and reinvigorate a program at a crossroads. After another five-year drought and multiple scandals, the 2012 Yale football team may face an even greater challenge.
Yale-Harvard outside the Bowl
Yale and Harvard are slated to clash on the gridiron this Saturday, but several other Bulldog squads have already competed in their versions of The Game this fall