Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Collins reflects on Cornell loss

Another four turnovers, three resulting in touchdowns for Cornell. Big Red QB Jeff Mathews put on a passing clinic and freshman RB Luke Hagy made his debut by scoring two touchdowns.
The result was a 45-6 loss for Yale, its biggest defeat since falling 63-21 to UConn back in 1998.
Needless to say, it wasn’t much fun for Yale to go back and watch film early this week.
“It was honestly heart breaking,” senior OL Roy Collins said. “We thought we just killed ourselves.All the credit to Cornell. They came out and made the best of every opportunity we gave them. We didn’t execute. We gave them the opportunity to beat us and they definitely did. It was tough. There is a lot to learn from and now we’re focused on Colgate.”

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Noticed Roy Collins (quoted here) went out in the second quarter of the Cornell game and I don't believe he returned. Was there an injury?

8:18 PM 
Blogger Chris Hunn said...

To be honest, I didn't notice. But he was practicing Tuesday.

8:21 PM 
Anonymous WALT YALE BLUE said...

chris a few things where is kahlil keys how come he is not playing is he still hurt. we need his speed to the outside.also what happen to the offensive line were they not ready for cornell eight man front boy that was hard to take the line was overpowerd by cornell every team has a bad day this was yales.still havefaith in the big blue .varga ran tough maybe they should try some I FORMATIONS MAYBE THE LINE PLAY WOULDBE BETTER.also sometimes try the 4-3 defensive. thanks chris.walt yale blue.

9:16 PM 
Anonymous waLT YALE BLUE said...

chris keysdid play had 4 rushes hope to see him play more.walt yale blue.

9:52 PM 

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