The Yale Athletic Department is pleased to remind spectators, fans and alumni of the parking and shuttle plan for the Nov. 18 Yale-Harvard football game at Yale Bowl, Class of 1954 Field, which kicks off at 12:30. The following plan will remain in effect to control heavy traffic in the vicinity of Yale Bowl caused by overwhelming interest in Yale-Harvard football games.
There have been 61 official Ivy League contests between Yale and Harvard, and 29 of those meetings have impacted the championship. The 134th edition of The Game will be No. 30 on the list of significance. The Bulldogs (8-1, 5-1 Ivy), seeking an outright Ivy championship, take on a Crimson (5-4, 3-3) squad looking to spoil their archrival’s celebration. Yale plays host to Harvard in the second oldest rivalry in the sport on Saturday at 12:30. CNBC provides live coverage, while the game airs on WELI Radio (AM 960)
Kurt Rawlings and Zane Dudek earned Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week and Rookie of the Week honors, respectively, after leading the Bulldogs to a big comeback win at Princeton last week that clinched a league championship.
A new banner will hang from the walls of the Yale Bowl, one celebrating a 2017 Ivy League Championship. The only remaining accomplishment is making it an outright title with a victory over the Elis’ archrival.
There are few traditions as well known in Connecticut as “The Game,” the historic football rivalry between Yale and Harvard heading into its 134th edition. For more than 25 years, part of the tradition has included a drive to benefit the Connecticut Food Bank.
The last time a Yale football team had a chance to clinch an Ivy title in week No. 9 was in 2006. The Bulldogs, 7-1 overall (4-1 Ivy), shared the championship with Princeton that season, and they have the Tigers (5-3, 2-3) this Saturday with another clinching opportunity. The Elis, who sit atop the Ivy League standings, take a four-game win streak into Princeton Stadium for a 1 p.m. kickoff that airs live on Eleven Sports (DirecTV 623, ILN, Twitter) and WELI Radio (960 AM).
He ran for three touchdowns in a crucial victory over Brown last weekend. Zane Dudek, Yale’s first-year running back sensation, earned his fourth Ivy League Rookie of the Week award with that performance against the Bears.
Yale scored on its first three possessions and four of the first five offensive series before Brown had a chance to get comfortable in this important Ivy League night game at Yale Bowl on the Class of 1954 Field. The Bulldogs made it uncomfortable for the visitors all night in a 34-7 win, the fourth straight for a Yale team that is in first place with a 4-1 record (7-1 overall).
The Bulldogs, 6-1 overall (3-1 Ivy), who take a three-game win streak into November, look to avoid a post-Halloween scare when Brown (2-5, 0-4) comes to the Bowl Friday night for a nationally televised contest. Yale, tied atop the Ivy League football standings with Columbia and Cornell, takes on the Bears in a game airing live on NBC Sports Network (Todd Harris, Ross Tucker) and WELI Radio-960 AM (Ron Vaccaro, Jack Siedlecki).
After their big win over previously undefeated Columbia, Tony Reno's Yale Bulldogs prepare for a Friday Night date under the lights with Brown. The game kicks off at 8 p.m. on NBCSN and the Yale Football Radio Network.
Ten of Zane Dudek’s 25 carries last Saturday against first-place Columbia went for first downs during a season-best 173-yard performance that led to a crucial Yale football victory. That earned the first-year running back STATS FCS National Rookie of the Week as well as offensive player and co-rookie of the week in the Ivy League.
Zane Dudek, the first-year running back from Kittanning, Pa., who ranks second among all Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) ball carriers with a 9.0 yards per carry mark, has been placed on the STATS FCS Jerry Rice Award Watch List. That is the award that honors the top rookie in the FCS.
After Yale bested Penn last Saturday at Franklin Field for the first time since 2007, Tony Reno and the Bulldogs welcome 6-0 Columbia to town for what is the biggest matchup between the two schools in many years. Coverage Saturday on SNY, the Ivy League Network, and the Yale Football Radio Network.
The Bulldogs, 5-1 overall (2-1 Ivy) after a win at Penn, have a chance to put themselves atop the Ivy League this week with an undefeated squad guarding first place in week seven. The last time Columbia came to Yale Bowl with a perfect record was 1996. The Lions edged Yale 21 years ago to improve to 6-0, the same record they bring to New Haven this Saturday. Yale and Columbia have a 1 p.m. kick in their 93rd meeting on Heroes Day, which airs live on SNY TV (Ron Vaccaro '04, Jack Ford '72), the Ivy League Network and on WELI Radio 960 AM (Evan Ellis '12, Jack Siedlecki).
Kurt Rawlings found Christopher Williams-Lopez in the corner of the end zone with 4:52 left in the fourth quarter on a four-yard pass play and the Yale defense came up with one of many huge stops as the Bulldogs came from behind to beat Penn 24-19 this afternoon.
The Yale Football Team begins the Ivy League stretch run with a huge contest against Penn this Saturday at Franklin Field. The Bulldogs (4-1, 1-1 Ivy) and Quakers (2-3, 0-2) kickoff at 1 p.m. in a game that airs live on the Ivy League Network, on Comcast Sports Network Philly and on the Yale Football Radio Network (AM 960).
Yale rebounded in Week 5 to down Holy Cross 32-0. Yale steps back into Ivy League play to take on the Penn Quakers Saturday on the road at Franklin Field. Coverage is on the Ivy League Network and the Yale Football Radio Network on October 21st at 1:00 p.m.
The Yale Football Team, which has wins in three of its first four games, has its final non-league contest of the 2017 season when Holy Cross comes to Yale Bowl this Saturday. The Bulldogs and Crusaders have a 1 pm kickoff that airs live on the Ivy League Network and on the Yale Football Radio Network (AM 1300).
Coming off their first loss of the season, Yale Football is back at home this Saturday against Holy Cross in their final non-conference game of the season. Tony Reno and Jaeden Graham joined Evan Ellis at Mory's to preview the matchup against the Crusaders.
Yale scored 27 points and rolled up 433 total yards against the fourth best defense in the FCS. The Bulldogs also had a 21-point lead in the first half and was a few critical play executions away from registering a Homecoming Day knockout punch on the road but fell 28-27 to Dartmouth in a battle of unbeatens.
The Yale Football Team, which improved to 3-0 with a win at Fordham last week, meets another 3-0 team this Saturday. The Bulldogs and Dartmouth, both 1-0 in Ivy play, have a 1:30 kickoff at Memorial Stadium that airs live on the Ivy League Network, ESPN3 and on WELI Radio (AM 960).
Hanover, New Hampshire is the site of a battle of 3-0 teams, as the Yale Football Team travels to Dartmouth on Saturday, October 7th, 2017. Head Coach Tony Reno, Foye Oluokun '17 and Zane Dudek '21 look back at a big win at Fordham and preview the showdown with the Big Green from Mory's on a Tuesday.
The Bulldogs were barking in the Bronx as soon as they got off the bus. The Yale football team, facing a perennial FCS and Patriot League power that rolled up 40 points last week, put together its most complete performance with a 41-10 win at Fordham.
The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) announced today the 181 semifinalists for the 2017 William V. Campbell Trophy, and that includes Yale senior offensive lineman Karl Marback. The award recognizes an individual as the “absolute best” football scholar-athlete in the nation.