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  • Yale Football Connecting Past, Present; Win Over Army Huge For Program

    Yale Football Connecting Past, Present; Win Over Army Huge For Program
    NEW HAVEN — During his first two seasons as Yale's 34th head football coach, Tony Reno won eight games. But if you ask his boss, Athletic Director Tom Beckett, it was not an unproductive time.
  • Recap: Harvard 22, Brown 14

    SportsDirect Inc. Recap: Harvard 22, Brown 14 Harvard 22, Brown 14: Scott Hosch threw for 234 yards and a touchdown and ran for a late score as the visiting Crimson rallied to beat the Bears in their Ivy League opener. Paul Stanton Jr. rushed for 120...

    After a season away from Hampton High, safety Cal Kee is thankful to be a Crabber again

    After a season away from Hampton High, safety Cal Kee is thankful to be a Crabber again
    HAMPTON — When he moved back to his hometown 12 years ago, Cal Kee Jr. stopped by a television studio with a request: Were there any videos from his high school football days that he could purchase? Kee wanted his 6-year-old son, Cal III, to see...

    Recap: Harvard 41, Holy Cross 18

    SportsDirect Inc. Recap: Harvard 41, Holy Cross 18 Harvard 41, Holy Cross 18: Andrew Casten ran for a career-high 153 yards and three touchdowns as the host Crimson finished strong en route to a season-opening win. Conner Hempel and Scott Hosch...

    Yale Bowl 100-Anniversary Celebration Kicks Off In New Haven

    Yale Bowl 100-Anniversary Celebration Kicks Off In New Haven
    NEW HAVEN – When it was completed in 1914, Yale Bowl was a sight to see: circular, epic and largest amphitheater raised since the Roman Coliseum, where gladiators represented more than an athletic metaphor. Of course, the Bowl soon would host its...