Dhruv Khullar
Growing legacies: Mike McLeod and Ryan Lavarnway

New Haven, Connecticut, USA. Three years ago: CCL had not been renovated, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows had not yet been published, Beta was […]

Who’s the MVP? Well, it depends what you mean

It’s been going on for months and months and a clear winner has yet to emerge. The public looks on with great intrigue; new developments […]

Holy Cross upends men’s lacrosse in season opener, 7-6

After receiving some lofty praise in the form of preseason polls, this probably wasn’t how the men’s lacrosse team wanted to kick off its season. […]

One game: Dreams end, hope realized

I love sports. They’re exciting, they’re competitive, they’re suspenseful. I love playing sports, I love watching sports, I love the little cereal boxes with sports […]

To win or not to win? Does it matter to Yalies?

Vince Lombardi, one of the most celebrated coaches in American sports history, once said, “Winning isn’t everything; it’s the only thing.” But as I mosey […]

Put the pain from The Game behind, focus on hoops

This year, perhaps more so than in the past, Yale needs a big season out of the men’s basketball team. Forgive me for rehashing painful […]

Give football a chance to go to the FCS playoffs

The Yale football team has not lost a single game this season, has pummeled opponents by an average of three touchdowns per game and, depending […]

Give your support in football’s nervy final three weeks

When the undefeated Yale football team — perched atop the league standings and ranked No. 13 in all of the Football Championship Series — traveled […]

Football on a roll, but let’s wait and see

I think it’s safe to say the Yale football team is for real. After witnessing the Bulldogs’ fifth consecutive lopsided victory and yet another record-breaking […]

Just sit back and enjoy the McLeod show

Yale fans who have had the pleasure of attending a football game this season have inevitably come away with heightened school spirit, intoxicating excitement and […]

Elis stop Crusaders’ march in Mass.

It’s good to be a Yale football fan these days. Between record-breaking individual performances and outstanding all-around team efforts, 2007’s Elis (3-0, 1-0 Ivy) have […]