Dan Adler
Thanks for an amazing four years at Yale

After two years as a writer, one year as an editor, and these last seven months as a columnist, these 850-odd words represent my final […]

2011: Don’t forget sports when making your pick

A message for prospective Yale students: Never mind that it rained on Bulldog Days. Be disappointed you couldn’t see a football game. Most of the […]

Ready for the real world at 18, were ya?

Props to Roger Goodell. The NFL commissioner came down hard on two of the league’s most wayward stars this week, suspending Bengals wide receiver Chris […]

Give me more Rudys and fewer Mannys

This could be a whole column, but it’s probably been written already: Greg Oden ain’t so hot. He will be, that’s clear. But the guy […]

The only sure bet is against the pundits

Um, yeah, so about Wisconsin. And UNC. And Texas A&M. Whoops. But out of the ashes rises a new day — and a column! On […]

Break is here, and I want my Dickie V.

Bubble teams. Cinderellas. Dickie V. going nuts on national television for the 438,957,592nd time. You know what this means. It’s time for March Madness. Unfortunately, […]

Gold standard long gone on Tower Pkwy.

Silly me. After watching Yale basketball demolish Cornell last Friday and developing a huge man-crush on Eric Flato in the process, I figured I could […]

Who needs the pros? Bring on the normalcy

I failed to make it through more than five minutes of Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game. I watched long enough to see a blatant walk (uncalled) […]

Support your local sportswriter

I spent about an hour Saturday night listening to the men’s basketball game on the radio. We sports columnists live exciting lives. Despite trailing all […]

Men’s hoops needs to win sans 6th man

Allow me to paint a sad, sad picture for all of you. There are 48 seconds left to play in the first half of the […]

Peyton, take a look at the Bulldogs

I’ve been torn for days. On the one hand, this is Super Bowl week. In my opinion, every sports columnist deserves three things: • A […]