Tuesday, November 18, 2014

This week

Readers,

My wife and I recently had a baby, so I will be out indefinitely.

I know, bad timing. My apologies.

There will be occasional updates here at Portal 31 heading into the 131st edition of The Game this week.

- Chris Hunn

48 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chris congratulations to you and your lovely wife.
Have agreat holiday.hope to see you sooner than later.
All the best to you and yours
Uncle Jon Harris

2:46 PM 
Blogger Chunn said...

Thank you, Jon.

2:50 PM 
Anonymous John Walsh said...

Congratulations, Chris.

Some things are even more important than Yale-Harvard.

All the best to you, your wife, and your new baby.

3:46 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For God, Country, Yale and now Chris' new born. Congratulations and good health.

BW 78

4:26 PM 
Anonymous Andy S said...

Congratulations, Chris!

Articles about the H-Y game will be found on the Yale Daily News website, as well as the Yale Sports website.

4:57 PM 
Anonymous bob semple said...

Congrats Chris, and to your wife as well. You've brought your readers a lot of pleasure (much like this year's edition of the Bulldogs). Bob Semple

5:07 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations Chris ... That's awesome. Thanks for all the great updates over the season. Enjoy the time with wife and baby ... they grow up quick!

Best wishes.

Greg and Anna Mnaora

5:26 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations!

5:45 PM 
Anonymous Ray Yale Football Fan said...

Chris,

Congratulations to your wife and to you. Hopefully, the baby will become a big Yale football fan!

7:55 PM 
Anonymous mark said...

Congratulations, Chris!!!!!

8:01 PM 
Anonymous 8Y8 said...

re my whinging in the Princeton prediction post comments about the lack of site updates....

so, who's got two thumbs and feels a little foolish right now?

this guy.

congratulations to you and your family.

9:54 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What is baby Hunn's name? How about height, weight, and time in the 40 yard dash?
L et V

8:36 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations, and priorities are priorities. All of us understand. Except the trolls, of course. Hell -- maybe even THEY understand.

7:54 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations!
Just make sure Mom knows up-front that future birthday parties on the Saturday before Thanksgiving are a no-no.

8:54 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's YOUR prediction (in the spirit of Chris Hunn!)?

4:30 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My heart says

Yale 35 Harvard 31

My head says Harvard 45 Yale 35

I'm praying that my head is wrong

5:36 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To repeat: Harvard, having failed on 4th-and-22, we win 35-29 in overtime on Tyler Varga's last Yale touchdown, his third of the day.
L et V

6:44 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yale will prevail,they will not
fail.Morgan Roberts,Tyler Varga,
Deon Randall,Grant Wallace, Will Chism,Carbery and the rest of the chaps will not let down Old Eli.
The taste of victory will be like the nectar of life.
What ever, Yale 45 Harvard 38
Cheers Jon Harris

8:12 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

C'mon New Haven Register. This has been a bleak week.

9:49 AM 
Anonymous 8Y8 said...

That was one hell of a football game to finish one hell of a year. Our players and coaches should be proud. To end 8-2 and come that close to winning The Game is something no one saw at the start of this season. Congratulations and we'll hope for bigger and better things ahead.

3:52 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amazing a job well done.8-2 nobody thought Yale would do that well.
Thank you to the Reno and his coaching staff. The wonderful Players,You deserve all the credit for agreat season.Putting this program up and coming.
To all the Yale fans take care and stay safe.
Cheers Jon Harris

5:21 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amen to that 3:52. Excellent season and steady improvement. That was a terrific college football game yesterday. Here's the odd thing: Why, over the last five seasons, have the last three games up there been great and the two at the Yale Bowl non-competitive blowouts? It seems strange.

5:28 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Disappointing finish to the season. Kids played a good game just not good enough to win.

9:47 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Losing to Harvard, it stung.Large picture they did a hellava job well done.!!
The program is solid under Reno.
has alot of potential to be excited about next year.
This team did things THAT NOBODY SAID THEY WOULD DO.8-2 was not in the forcast of this team.
Yale Football is back,losing some key players.Who will step up
and make the plays next year.
Stay tuned Bulldog Fans we have to about a another 340 days.
Happy Holidays from Jon harris

10:51 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Recruiting news????

7:43 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yale took advantage of a division 3 schedule. really only played 3 teams that were of FCS caliber. Went 1-2 in those games, 3rd place in the league.

8:36 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

8:36 = hater troll

10:23 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

8:36 - I completely follow you. And I thought your logic was so impeccable excellent that I applied it to Harvard as well. Applying your formula it turns out they also only beat one worthy team as well. So despite being 10 -0 - they suck! Which is awesome because I knew they sucked; I just couldn't prove it until I was enlightened by you. Thanks!

10:52 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

10:52

You are correct the one worthy opponent they beat was Dartmouth.

11:16 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The 8 teams Yale beat had a combined record of 25-57. The two teams they lost to were 18-2. Like I said played the JV's in 7 games this year. Army was no prize at 4-7 but they do play in a higher league.

1:02 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This Texan is pleased with an 8-2 record. True, we lost to Dartmouth and Harvard, but only by a touchdown in games that came down to the wire. A long punt return beat us against Dartmouth, and a stolen pass reception in the Red Zone was the key play against Harvard. As for our victory over Army, it's something that three other DI-A programs failed to accomplish, never mind a top-rated Fordham team.

Mike Harrington, TD'69

3:09 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the New Haven register, it is ridiculous that this blog has been inactive the past week. This was the biggest week in the past decade for Yale football, and not a single post on the blog. I understand Hunn was out for personal reasons and do not put a single ounce of blame on him. But it is absurd that no one stepped in for coverage. The NYT had multiple articles of the game on the front page, and the New Haven Register can't get anyone to run the blog for a week in Hunn's absence? Absurd.

5:19 PM 
Anonymous Andy S said...

Kudos for Cole Champion as the newly elected captain of team 143! A great competitor and a great football player! We couldn't do better!

9:34 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

2015
Beat Harvard

8:39 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Harvard might win that game by 40 next year at the bowl.

2:39 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

2:39 = Hater troll

3:44 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

2:39 Must have a real lonely life ,that you stoop to the level of a rat. Enjoy your cheese,
Happy Rodent Holiday to you.

4:22 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder if transfer university will look to pick up some more kids this season.

10:30 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

10;30 i heard a couple of Harvard kids wanted to get away from old yella teeth.

2:09 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chris,can Barker be a stand up guy and help out while your on hiaedus.How's the little one doing
come on your fans want to know.?

4:25 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Few things are sadder than a dead blog.

9:09 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Few things are sadder than a dead blog.

9:09 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dead blog unsurprising as it's the offseason anyhow. Maybe this will jar the flatline: FIRE STUPER!!! Yale's blind insistence on keeping John Stuper as baseball coach, despite a pathetically long string of also-ran seasons in a four-team division, is pathetically negligent. Discuss.

3:33 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Football recruiting?

7:35 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reno is out offering full rides and post dating checks for millions on his trips as we speak!

9:52 AM 
Anonymous Ray Yale Football Fan said...

Jacob Van de Grift- OL, 6'5", 29O lbs. Cathedral H.S, San Diego, CA.
has been accepted at Yale.

11:20 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ray, thank you very much for that info.I hope you and your family had a great Thankgiving.
If you have anymore info,please
forward that.Thank You Jon Harris

4:55 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

9:52 - I sure hope so.

5:27 PM 

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