Another promising Princeton drive was halted, this time ending on a turnover on downs after the Tigers went for it on a 4th and 15 at the Yale 34-yard line. Anderson was taken out in favor of freshman Tommy Wornham, in what I hear is not based on injury — the Tigers were hoping to »
On 3rd and 5, Hart found Forney for the second time on the day, this time a 12-yard strike. The 14-0 deficit may prove too much to overcome for the Tigers. The Bulldogs haven’t allowed at least 14 points since the third game of the season — a 31-28 double-overtime win against Holy Cross. Since »
Captain and linebacker Bobby Abare did what he does always. Abare picked off Anderson for his fourth interception of the season and the tenth of his career — the ten is the most in Yale history for a linebacker. His return to the 17-yard line has the offense in prime field position to add some »
The Yale offense was looking good early but the Tiger defense has stiffened after the quick score. Hart has seen a ton of pressure and the Tigers have gotten to him for a couple sacks. McLeod is still enjoying success but Yale still hasn’t managed to string together a solid drive.
A promising Princeton drive stalled on the 50-yard line and a rare shanked punt by punter Ryan Coyle has given the Elis the ball on their own 30-yard line. Princeton can’t afford to allow good field position — if the Bulldogs are able to put another touchdown on the board, this game may become out »