Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Yale/Dartmouth game being streamed live

The Yale/Dartmouth game will be streamed live through http://www.yalebulldogs.com/

The cost is $6.95 or $49.95 as part of Yale's all-access package including basketball, hockey and volleyball games.

RAGONE COULD GET ANOTHER YEAR
Former Cheshire High quarterback's freshman season is over after suffering a broken collarbone in Penn's win over Dartmouth.

Ironically, with injuries to the top two quarterbacks Keiffer Garton and Kyle Olson, Ragone was in position to see extended playing time for the rest of the season.

"He was playing terrific , had tremendous career at Cheshire High School and we were slowly integrating him into the offense," Penn coach Al Bagnoli said. "He was the perfect Wildcat (formation) type of quarterback. Not only can he run the football , but can also throw the ball.

"It's very unfortunate, he was going to have a significant impact from here on out."

Bagnoli said that Ragone could get an extra year of eligibility because he appeared in just two games before the injury. A decision on that won't have to be made for a couple of years.


TEEVENS: NO COMMENT ON WILLIAMS
Dartmouth coach Buddy Teevens is nothing if not consistent.

When contacted by the Boston Globe for a feature on Yale coach Tom Williams, who Teevens hired when he was the head coach at Stanford, Teevens declined comment.

I asked Teevens about Williams on the weekly Ivy League conference call and his response was
"I just want to concentrate on the game." When I asked if that meant he had no comment on Williams, he said I was correct.

LIVE CHAT ON WEDNESDAY
The second of the weekly Yale football live chats is set for Wednesday at 2 p.m. Visit nhregister.com/chat to log in and ask a question.

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