Thursday, November 13, 2014

What's YOUR prediction?

Yale looks to keep hope alive for a shot at an Ivy League title. The Bulldogs host Princeton on Saturday at 12:30 p.m.

What's your prediction for Saturday's game? Comment below...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Prrinceton has a pass defense even worse than ours. Aerial shootout, with Varga being the first guy to crack Princeton's rush defense. Yale 42-Princeton 28

11:42 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous from Amherst

With the All-era Yale legends in attendance, the Elis will be fueled to leave their efforts against Princeton on the field. Morgan Roberts is poised to break most, if not all, of the single season Yale passing records. This is also the last home game for Bulldog seniors Randall, Varga, and Wallace, among others. It is a day for Yale football to shine and avenge the drubbing by the Tigers last season in Old Nassau, with the score:

Yale 45, Princeton 24

Also, look to Brown to upset Dartmouth, with a possibility of Penn surprising Harvard to give Al Bagnoli a memory to savor, which will set up a championship game in Cambridge in THE GAME next week, one way or another!

12:07 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

12:07 12:07 12:07 I could not say any better.Matter of fact this is going to be a day that Yale will destroy Princeton.
60 something to 28
yours truely Jon Harris
Walt,Stanley and Ray GO BLUE

2:31 PM 
Anonymous walt yale blue said...

Guys Princeton wr Devalve Seth if he plays nub87 could be trouble for our def backs big boy6-4 240 lb . Is Quinn Epperly going to start he could be the death of us. GO BIG BLUE YALE 38 THE OTHER GUYS 31.

8:00 PM 
Anonymous wyldebill said...

Just like last year, 82 points will be scored. This time, however:

Yale 45, Princeton 37.

It is really tough to see Penn defeating Harvard. But if Yale beats Princeton, there will be just a wee dram o' drama in Cambridge on the 22d.

3:13 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Harvard, having failed on 4th and 22, we win 35-29 in overtime on Tyler Varga's last Yale touchdown.
Oops, that's next week. Tomorrow, it's us forty-something, them thirty-something.
L et V

7:01 AM 
Anonymous 8Y8 said...

Combination of last week's Brown game and the last-seconds finish to the 1985 Yale-Princeton game at the Bowl. Y 45 - P 42.

7:13 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Injury update? What is status of Chism? At practice on Tuesday in a boot and on crutches. Ross did well but hard to replace a 3 years starter. Will Little play? Blocking at H Back has suffered without him.

8:45 AM 
Anonymous John Walsh said...

Yale 41 Princeton 31

A great game in front of all the gathered "greats" of Yale football

9:33 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yale 42 Princeton 43
Comes down to a last second field goal by Princeton. Princeton offense passes for 400+

9:53 AM 
Anonymous mark said...

Princeton 30

3:06 PM 
Anonymous wyldebill said...

8Y8, you're thinking of the awesome '84 last-second Bulldog win at Yale Bowl: 98 yard drive with 60 seconds left and no time outs, Mike Curtin to Kevin Moriarity for the 27-24 win. In '85 at Princeton, some bloody Tiger animal poked Mike in the eye, probably as revenge for the year before. Mike was OK but we didn't win that day.

Bill Abelson, WYBC Sports, 1982-'88

1:52 AM 
Anonymous 8Y8 said...

Bill, you're right of course, I'm thinking the '84 game at the Bowl.

More importantly, where's the running feed? And why isn't doing it's usual running play by play, stats and score? GRRRRR!!!


2:58 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My predictions have only been so-so this season, so I'm taking full credit for 42-28 @ 11:42 am, plus I predicted the way it would happen. Maybe I'm beginning to understand this football forecasting thing.

5:19 PM 
Anonymous John Walsh said...

Mark just missed hitting the final score right on the button.

10:51 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"But don't hurt the little fella.

9:47 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Harvard is like an ex wife,You gotta see'em atleast once a year during the holiday season, for the kids sake.
Happy Holidays Jon Harris
I hate Harvard a real lot

10:16 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...


You are gonna hate them even more after Saturday!

10:34 AM 
Anonymous 8Y8 said...

why did the blog go on hiatus right at the height of the season? what up with that?

a rational person would look at the season and after quiet reflection admit that Harvard should win this one. Thankfully, I am not a rational person. Go on Blue, bring home that title!

11:53 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think that anybody at the NH Register knows that the blog is really not working. Chunn should have been and should be posting.

12:05 PM 

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