Reno also reflected Tuesday on the Bulldogs loss to the Raiders.
offense was impressive early on, scoring on its first three drives. The
Bulldogs also limited their penalties and turnovers, which has been a
problem so far this season.
"We saw what we can do when we don’t hurt ourselves with mistakes," Reno said. "We played a pretty clean half."
Defense was a different story.
"We weren’t even a speed bump," Reno said. "We were getting pounded."
scored on its first five possessions and did not have to punt until
early in the third quarter. Yale has given up 92 points over its last
two games. Of those, 70 have come in
the first half.
been playing at a higher level in the second half," senior linebacker
Ryan Falbo. "We need to find a way to come out with that same intensity
or sense of urgency. We can’t let
them be the aggressor."
Mordecai Cargill is back practicing after missing Saturday’s loss to
Colgate with an injury, so that is a good sign he will be ready to go
against Dartmouth Saturday barring any setbacks.
Reno said WR Sebastian Little will be back on the field in a couple of
weeks. The former Cheshire standout was injured in the season opener