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Yale gets on the board

After a solid drive aided by a 15-yard facemask penalty against the Bears, the Elis were able to respond to Brown’s field goal with a […]

Brown drive stalls

After marching down the field with some success into Yale territory, the Eli defense bent, but didn’t break — again. The Bears settled for a […]

Brown offensive struggles

By watching this game so far, you’d think that the questionable offense heading into the contest was Brown’s and not Yale’s. The Bears can’t get […]

Bears hand it back

Well the Yale defense went right back to it’s been doing all season — shutting down in opponent in the red zone. On third down, […]

Huge Mistake

Gio Christodoulou just muffed a Brown punt inside the Yale 20. The Browns now start their second drive inside the Bulldog 20. This is exactly […]

First Drive

Yale received the ball to begin the game and looked good marching down into Brown territory but were killed by two penalties. The Bulldogs were […]


It’s a misty, ugly, wet day here in Providence as we wait for the start of the football game pitting Yale against host Brown. Brown […]

Merchandise for change

By Margy Slattery CHICAGO, 2:00 a.m. — Over the course of the presidential campaign, the face president-elect Barack Obama has become something of a graphic-design […]

Kleeb loses longshot bid for Senate

By Andrew Mangino LINCOLN, Neb., 10:47 p.m. — Scott Kleeb GRD ’06, the Yale scholar turned rancher turned politician, has been defeated by former Nebraska […]

One vote

By Bharat Ayyar NEW HAVEN, 4:09 p.m. — Seven months ago, I became a United States citizen.  And today, I cast my first ballot. I’ll […]

Gaddis: ‘It sounds kind of bleak’

By Andrew Mangino OMAHA, Neb., 1:30 p.m. — I spoke to John Lewis Gaddis, the Robert A. Lovett Professor of Military & Naval History and […]