Greg Cameron
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FOOTBALL: In Reno, a turnaround titan

Two years after posting a disappointing 2–8 record, the Yale football team’s historic 2014 season highlighted the program’s rebuilding under head coach Tony Reno.

FOOTBALL: Yale football elects a Champion

There is no better way to make a statement about your goals than by naming a player with the last name “Champion” as your leader.

FOOTBALL: In thriller, Bulldogs fall to Harvard

Up until the final seconds, it seemed like 2014 was going to be the year the Bulldogs did it.

Champion ’16 elected football captain

Will lead Yale's 143rd football team.

FOOTBALL: Eli comeback falls short in 131st Harvard-Yale Game

In one of the closest and most exciting renditions of The Game in recent history, the Yale football team erased a 17-point deficit in the second half but wound up falling, 31–24, in its eighth straight loss to Harvard.


With the Ivy League title at stake, the Yale Bulldogs march into Harvard Stadium, hoping to knock off the perfect Crimson for the first time since 2006.

FOOTBALL: Keys to The Game

If the Bulldogs can outrun the Crimson, utilize all their weapons and win the turnover battle, they can emerge victorious from The Game for the first time since 2006.

FOOTBALL: The Game that Yale has been waiting for

Completely revitalized, boasting the highest-gaining offense in the entire Football Championship Subdivision and still holding a chance at an Ivy League title share, the Elis (8–1, 5–1 Ivy) go head-to-head with the Crimson (9–0, 6–0) seeking redemption.

GameDay host talks Harvard-Yale

With GameDay coming to Cambridge for the 131st edition of The Game, the News talked with Chris Fowler about Saturday and the related festivities.

After frigid wait, no tickets left for The Game

Ethan Brill ’16 only received his ticket for the Harvard-Yale football game this coming Saturday after waiting two-and-a-half hours in line outside Payne Whitney Gymnasium. But not everyone was so lucky.

FOOTBALL: RC3 — a motivational force

The Yale football team’s offense has shown fans in its 8–1 start that if a team wants to put up 43.0 points a game and own the highest-gaining offense in the entire NCAA Football Championship Subdivision, it is going to need a diversity of weapons.