Thursday, September 24, 2015
posted by Chunn at
Yale 21 -17
Yale 35 Cornell 21
Yale 17 - 10Cornell returns a very experienced defense. Yale's secondary will be pressured by Cornell's passing game and the Yale rushing attack is suspect, but Blue will find a way to get the job done.
Yale 45 Cornell 20 Yale is on fire
With Hines, Yale 35-Cornell 21. Without Hines, Yale 28-Cornell 21.
Yale 35- Cornell 17
My prediction? Pain. /Clubber Lang(yes, I'm going to do that again. so sue me.)Y 27 C 13
Yale would get more work in scrimmaging this week. Cornell is bad. 51-0 should be over after the first drive.
Should be a blow out. Yale did not play all that well last year and still beat them bad. Yale 52-14
Look to Morgan Roberts and the offense to shine again, with Michael Siragusa continuing on his breakout Sophomore year; and the Yale D shutting Cornell down, for a final score:Yale 42, Cornell 14
Yale 20 (they miss the 2-point conversion this time)Cornell 13
Yale 28Cornell 21
The yale defense is firing on all cylinders, working top pass rush specialist Jack Rushin back into the rotation, I think he leads the charge with three sacks and 4 TFL's, However, offensive woes continue to plague the Eli's as Candler Rich runs to the tune of 30 carries for 45 yards and yale loses to a strong cornell team 42 to 7.
^^^ no way Yale will loose this home opener. The O will catch up to the D's cylinders sooner than later. I think this is going to be a running game, and Yale's D will light it up! Yale 21 Cornell 10. Without Hines.
I expect last week's second half team to show up for both halves this week. Yale 42, Cornell 17
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