YALE – HARVARD GAME 2021
Y-H Spissue: New Connecticut name, image and likeness law proves profitable for student-athletes

Since June 30, 2021, when Connecticut governor Ned Lamont signed into law an act allowing student-athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness, Yale’s […]

Y-H Spissue: Ten Players to Watch

#12 Quarterback Nolan Grooms ’24   Grooms entered the season as Yale’s backup quarterback. Head coach Tony Reno primarily used the sophomore as a change […]

Y-H Spissue: Nolan Grooms takes reigns of Yale offense

Sophomore Nolan Grooms ’24 entered Team 148’s season solidly placed as the back-up quarterback. Junior Griffin O’Connor ’23, meanwhile, entered the year as starting quarterback, […]

Y-H Spissue: Finances of The Game back to normal after rocky pandemic year

After a one-year hiatus, the most-attended Yale Athletics game — the Yale-Harvard football game — will once again take place in-person, and Yale Athletics is […]

Y-H Spissue: Training, injury and recovery on Yale’s football team

Throughout the year, the Yale football team members pay attention to their physical health in all its forms — not only gritty training, but also […]

Y-H Spissue: Clay Patterson grows as defensive leader

When looking at the numbers put up by defensive lineman Clay Patterson ’24 in 2021, it is not surprising that he was named to the […]

Y-H Spissue: The Yale football alumni experience at The Game

Team 148 is set to face off against Harvard in the 137th playing of The Game on November 20. For alumni, The Game is a […]

Y-H Spissue: It’s Yale-Harvard, and that means tailgating is back for a weekend

For 362 days out of the year, the Yale community and the athletics department stay mostly separate. The annual Yale-Harvard football game, however, changes everything. […]