Sports | 10:13 pm | October 24, 2012 | By Charles Condro

Former Yale lineman caught in voter fraud scandal

Pat Moran '12 resigned as field director from his father's congressional re-election campaign after he was caught on video discussing a plan to cast up to 100 fraudulent ballots.

Pat Moran ’12, a two-year starter for Yale as a defensive lineman, resigned as field director for his father’s — U.S. Representative Jim Moran — reelection campaign after the younger Moran was caught on tape discussing a plan to cast up to 100 fraudulent ballots. In a taped conversation, Pat Moran is approached by an »

Sports | 3:57 pm | October 20, 2012 | By Charles Condro

Bulldogs break losing streak with win over Penn


According to Yale head coach Tony Reno, the Bulldogs pride themselves on a “next-man up” mentality. That mentality took a front seat on Saturday as the Bulldogs snapped a four-game losing streak with a 27-13 victory over Penn, an accomplishment that came even after the Bulldogs lost quarterback Eric Williams ’16 early in the first »

Sports | 4:56 pm | October 13, 2012 | By Charles Condro

Bulldogs fall 20-10 to Lafayette


The Bulldogs went into the locker room at halftime with the lead, but Lafayette came back in the second half to deny Yale its first home win of the season. Yale held a 10–7 advantage at the half, but Lafayette (4–2, 1–0 Patriot) stormed back to win 20-10 at the Yale Bowl this afternoon. Quarterback »

Sports | 6:45 pm | October 12, 2012 | By Charles Condro

Running back Varga ’16 to return to field

Running back Tyler Varga ’16 leads the Bulldogs and is third in the Ivy League this year with an average of 106.3 rushing yards per game.

Yale was informed by the NCAA today that running back Tyler Varga ’16 is eligible to play football for the Bulldogs this season. “The University has worked closely with the Ivy League and the NCAA to obtain a waiver regarding [Varga’s] status as a transfer student from a Canadian University that resolved all eligibility issues,” »

Sports | 8:10 pm | September 22, 2012 | By Charles Condro

FOOTBALL | Elis fall to Cornell in Ivy opener

Though Eric Williams '16 had a successful start to his season as the Yale football team's rookie quarterback, the Bulldogs fell to Cornell Saturday by a wide margin.

The first Ivy League game of the season left the Bulldogs seeing Red in Ithaca this afternoon. Yale (1-1, 0-1 Ivy) was blown out by Cornell (1-1, 1-0 Ivy) 45-6 in the Ancient Eight opener. The Big Red rode quarterback Jeff Mathews’ arm and three turnovers by the Blue and White to a big win »