Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Yale-Army offers more than just a game

NEW HAVEN >> The Yale-Army rivalry is one rich with history and tradition.
The programs, which are two of the most storied in college football, first met in 1893. A crowd of 80,000 at the Yale Bowl, the biggest in Bulldogs history, watched as Yale beat Army 31-10 in 1923. The last time they met in 1996. Army coasted to a 39-13 victory.
The series has had many special moments, and now Yale and Army will get a chance to add another chapter to it.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not playing Lehigh this week.

2:13 PM 
Anonymous John Walsh said...

2:13 Glad you figured that out. You must be so proud.

5:56 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...


8:25 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

2:13 hows Monmouth doing.?You know the closer Yale gets to this game. The more I feel Yale, can win this game.
I say Yale 49 Army 38
Yale Beat Army
Cheers Jon Harris

8:55 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I feel Yale will move the ball against these guys. Army does not have a lot of size. I don't think Yale is capable of stopping them. Experienced QB running the option will be too much.

10:11 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Ahole who is writing this comment is a vinegar infused
douche bag named Observer.
Who thinks he is witty ,but just likes to be a jerk.
What goes around comes around you creep.
Cheers Jon Harris

11:19 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I will be rooting like heck for our Bulldogs on Saturday and it is going to be a fun and historical day. But for the sake of having some real numbers, here's the deal: Since 1978, when the split between 1 and 1A happened, the Ivy League is 2-23 against what are now called "FCS" opponents. The only two wins are Harvard beating Army in '83 and Penn beating Navy in '86. Army is at least somewhat vulnerable though, with a 53-12-1 record against FBS opponents, and a loss as recently as 2012 to Stony Brook. The overall winning percentage of FBS schools facing FCS schools is around 84%. So yeah, Yale is certainly up against it this week. But bring it on - should be fun! Roll Dawgs!!!

8:43 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Correction to my own mistake above - obviously that Army record since 1978 is against FCS opponents, not FBS.

8:46 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! Jon Harris (or an imposter using his name) predicted Yale's victory and its EXACT point total of 49!

5:18 PM 

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