Tuesday, October 20, 2015

UP NEXT: Penn



When: Friday, 7 p.m. at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Record: 2-3

All-time series: Yale leads 46-35-1

Last week: Penn scored the game's final 35 points as the Quakers coasted to a 42-7 win over Columbia

The Lions are coached by former Penn coach Al Bagnoli. Penn's 19th straight win over Columbia is the fifth longest in FCS history over an annual opponent. It was Penn's largest win since 2010. WR Christian Pearson had 10 catches for 126 yards and a TD. Alek Torgersen was 19-of-29 for 270 yards and three scores. Defensively, Penn forced four turnovers and had five sacks. 

Top players: QB Alek Torgersen (208 ypg, seven TDs), RB Brian Schoenauer (66 ypg, four TDs), WR Justin Watson (91.2 ypg, five TDs), LB Tyler Drake (44 tackles, 6.5 TFL, 5.5 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 1 INT).



9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's hope our training staff can get some of the walking wounded back to the playing field. My estimate is that 8 starters are currently out of the lineup.

12:04 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Agreed. I am thinking that some of those may be out for the year though. I am waiting to see the next name that is confirmed.

1:04 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Day to day at means year to year at Yale. No other Ivy team has had as many crippling injuries over the past three years. Tyler Varga had only ONE complete season at Yale. What is going on??

3:27 PM 
Anonymous John Walsh said...

3:27 I'm sure you have a theory. Let me guess. Coaching.

6:07 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In response to the question from John Walsh, the answer is yes. The title of the person who handles training and conditioning is called the strength and conditioning COACH and that COACH takes his direction from the HEAD COACH. However, at some point the ATHLETIC DIRECTOR needs to step in and get involved to find outweigh there are so many inquires year after year and not just hope the problem goes away

6:18 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's football. Every team has injuries. It's part of the game. I could see there may be an issue if there was an inordinate amount of hamstring pulls, but that's not the case.

8:01 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting to see how offense plays this Friday in good weather, and whether the defense can keep up the bend-but-not-break mentality. Given the state of our receiving corps, we should utilize our tight ends more, and NOT throw down sidelines for close grabs. We were luckier with Maine, but the Dartmouth game shows how well that works with a good secondary.

Frankly as a young alum, I would rather see us do so-so down this stretch, get our injured guys back, and work at beating Harvard.

9:36 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

6:18 may have made the dumbest comment on this board. Coaching is now responsible for injuries. Silly.

6:19 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

9:36, we can't mail it in to get ready for Harvard while an Ivy League Championship is still in play. Every game is a must win.

6:34 PM 

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