Saturday, May 12, 2012

Varga to Yale?

The Canadian Interuniversity Sport’s reigning rookie of the year Tyler Varga could be headed to Yale.

Varga, a 5-foot-10, 218-pound running back rushed for 799 yards and 15 touchdowns at the University of Western Ontario last season.

Check out highlights of Varga.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Holy Cow. I hope it turns out to be true. Enough burst, great feet, nice ability to finish runs.

Do transfers from Canadian colleges have to sit out a year in the Ivy League, or can he get started this fall?

11:22 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What says Tony Reno?

10:21 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CHRIS A LITTLE UPDATE ON TYLER VARGA THIS KID IS A STUD.HE HAS BEEN TO A NUMBER OF FOOTBALL CAMPS AND HE HAS BEEN TURNING HEADS EVERY WHERE HE GOES HE HAS BECOME ACOVETED PLAYER BY DIVISION 1 SCHOOLS. ONE THING THAT STANDS OUT ABOUT THIS IS THAT HE DOES NOT SAY ANYTHING ABOUT YALE. THERE ARE ABOUT 20 SCHOOLS AFTER HIM . TWO OF THEM ARE HARVARD WITCH IS HIS FAVORITE AND DARTMONTH AND TENN. MINNESOTO AND A LOT OF OTHER DIV 1 SCHOOLS COACH RENO WAS ASKED ABOUT HIM AND HE SAID NO COMMENT . LET THE WARS BEGIN .IT WOULD BE NICE TO HAVE HIM ABORD IT WOULD HELP OUR RUNNING GAME GREATLY. CHRIS SEE WHAT YOU CAN FIND OUT ABOUT HIM THANKS.

7:56 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He's in!

11:34 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

From the London, Ontario paper today:

"One of the worst kept secrets is no longer a secret.

Former Western Mustang running back Tyler Varga's name appears on the Yale football team's website as a member of the graduating class of 2016.

The highly recruited Varga, from Kitchener, played for the Mustangs last year, running away with the Canadian university rookie of the year award. Last week he shocked many by announcing he was leaving the Mustangs. He did not announce a destination.

Varga picked Western over a number of CIS schools and some American colleges. But many other U.S. schools stayed away after the talented running back suffered a horrible leg injury in high school. With his performance at Western, he proved the injury did not affect him longterm.

"I haven't talked to him," Mustangs coach Greg Marshall said. "It's over. We're moving on."

As a transfer, Varga will have to sit out a year before he can play for the Bulldogs."

11:19 PM 

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