Time will tell what impact Gabriel Fernandez will have on the Yale offensive line but figured I would pass on the fact that one of the worst-kept secrets out there is finally a done deal.
I heard from his father last night that he is going to enroll at Yale and look to follow in the footsteps of his older brother Frank, a first-team All-Ivy selection for Harvard back in 2006.
I know this much, offensive line was anything but a strength for Yale last season and with five players who started games on the OL graduating, getting somebody like the 6-foot, 273-pound Fernandez can only help rebuild an offensive line that is in need of a makeover.
Practice for USA Football's national team began today in Canton, Ohio in preparation for the first International Federation of American Football.
Yale incoming freshman Kurt Stottlemyer, a defensive back from Bothell, Wash., is one of 45 players who will suit up for the U.S. squad.
IFAF Junior World Championship games will be played on June 27, July 1, July 4 and July 5 (Gold Medal Game) at Fawcett Stadium in Canton.