Greg Cameron
Staff Reporter
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GameDay, meet “The Game”

Next Saturday morning, the most-watched sports broadcasting channel in the country will focus its attention on a historic Yale football matchup.

FOOTBALL: Bulldogs topple Tigers 44–30

In yet another high-scoring matchup at the Yale Bowl, the Yale football team set itself up with a chance to secure a share of the Ivy League title by defeating Princeton 44–30. The win is the Bulldogs’ first victory over the Tigers since 2011.

ESPN College GameDay coming to The Game

ESPN announced on Sunday that its popular college football pregame show, College GameDay, will be heading to Cambridge for the 131st edition of the Harvard-Yale game.

FOOTBALL LIVEBLOG: Elis aim to tame Tigers

The Yale football team (7–1, 4–1 Ivy) is two wins away from a share of the Ivy League championship — but one loss away from virtually shattering its chances at a title. Follow along for updates from the Yale Bowl in the Elis' final home game of the season against Princeton (5–3, 4–1).

FOOTBALL: Keys to the game

If the Bulldogs can block up front, score on big plays and rush the pocket on defense, they will have a good chance at coming away with a victory against Princeton.

FOOTBALL: Vital matchup against Princeton awaits

A week before what is shaping up to be the closest rendition of The Game in recent years, the Yale football team has one more stop to make — one that is just as important, in Ivy League terms.

FOOTBALL: Varga ’15 overpowers Bears in win

Thanks once again to the unstoppable legs of running back Tyler Varga ’15, the Yale football team kept its hope for an Ivy title alive with a 45–42 win at Brown on Saturday.

FOOTBALL: Varga ’15 overpowers Brown, delivers Yale win

Thanks to the unstoppable legs of running back Tyler Varga ’15, the Yale football team kept alive its hope for an Ivy League championship with a 45–42 win at Brown today.

FOOTBALL LIVEBLOG: Yale, Brown clash in Ivy contest

If the Bulldogs (6–1, 3–1 Ivy) wish to remain in contention for an Ivy League championship, they will need to take out the Bears (4–3, 2–2 Ivy) in Providence. Follow along as the News covers today's game live.

FOOTBALL: Pressure-packed Ivy contest for Elis

The end of the 2014 Ivy League football season is rapidly approaching, and three strong opponents remain for the Bulldogs. A loss to any of them would virtually end Yale’s chances at an Ivy League title.

FOOTBALL: Keys to the game

If the Elis can protect against both the rush and pass, convert in the red zone and succeed through the air, they can take home a win at Brown and remain in control of their destiny.