Sports | 10:21 pm | January 25, 2012 | By Jimin He

Yalie to coach Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI

Super Bowl SLVI will be held in the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

Thirteen years after winning an Ivy League title, former Yale footballer Pat Graham ’01 is one game away from winning the biggest title of them all: the Super Bowl. When Graham, the linebacker coach for the New England Patriots, takes the field Feb. 5, he will become the first Yale graduate to appear in the »

Sports | 8:05 pm | January 12, 2012 | By Jimin He

Soundbites: Tony Reno edition

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In a press conference this afternoon, Tony Reno officially became Yale’s 34th head football coach. Below are a few notable quotables from the event. Tony Reno: When the opportunity came up, it was something that was unbelievable to me. But Yale has always been a home to my family and me. We had three of »

Sports | 6:18 pm | January 12, 2012 | By Charles Condro and Jimin He

Reno officially named head football coach

Tony Reno will be Yale's 34th head coach.

Former Harvard assistant coach Tony Reno was introduced as the 34th head football coach of the Yale Bulldogs at an official press conference this afternoon. Reno, 37, was previously an assistant under former Yale head coach Jack Siedlecki, who attended the press conference to watch his pupil take the job he once held. Reno’s hiring »

Sports | 10:43 pm | January 11, 2012 | By Jimin He

Yale expected to name Reno head coach

Tony Reno, above, is expected to become Yale's next head football coach.

Yale will officially announce its 34th head football coach tomorrow at a 4 p.m. press conference. A source with knowledge of the search process said that Harvard assistant coach Tony Reno is expected to fill the vacancy left by Tom Williams. Reno served under former Yale head coach Jack Siedlecki from 2002 to 2008, spending »

Sports | 6:25 pm | January 11, 2012 | By Jimin He

Yale about to name head football coach, sources say

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For the second time this week, Yale could be close to naming its next head football coach. A source involved with the search process said that the University could make the decision as soon as tonight, with Harvard assistant coach Tony Reno and Lehigh offensive coordinator Dave Cecchini as the favorites to fill the vacancy. »