Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Up Next: Columbia



When: Saturday, 12:30 p.m. at the Yale Bowl 

Record: 1-5 (0-3)

All-time series: Yale leads 69-19-12

Last week: Dartmouth avoided a scare last week, holding off the Lions for a 13-9 win. But Columbia held its own against the Big Green and one of the top offenses in the nation. The Lions defense held Dartmouth to 325 yards of total offense and registered six sacks. QB Skyler Mornhinweg threw a 2-yard TD for Columbia's only TD. 

Top players: QB Skyler Mornhinweg (143 ypg, two TDs), RB Cam Molina (57.2 ypg, three TDs), LB Keith Brady (31 tackles, 4.5 TFL), DL Hunter Little (19 tackles, 5.5 TFL, four sacks). 

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chris:
The weekly football release says that 12 players (3 regulars) are out for the season. WHO ARE THEY?

9:33 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Will the defensive coaches be held accountable this season like Rick Flanders was last year. This defense is a pile of garbage and the secondary is an embarrassment. We have talented players but they clearly are not being coached in the secondary.

3:47 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3:47 you are spot-on. In fact, the DBs are some of the best all-around athletes on the team. The techniques and schemes they're being taught are simply not up to Division I college standards. On a related note, both our kick-off and punt return men look like they've got great hands. How about trying them as receivers.

8:39 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Reno ever considered that he'd have to change their numbers since both have numbers of current offensive players. That being said, kick-off and punt return skills do not necessarily translate to receiver skills.

9:12 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bring Coach Flanders back. He was a loyal guy and did an excellent job for may years.

11:39 AM 

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