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  • Yale Picked By Media
    August 19, 2008
    Yale Picked By Media Defending co-champion Yale has been selected to repeat in the chase for the 2007 Ivy Football Championship. Please click below for the poll and a complete preview to the coming season.
  • Boundless Playgrounds
    May 19, 2008
    Boundless Playgrounds Frederick A. Leone knows a thing or two about being physically active. The former Yale football captain is now heading up Boundless Playgrounds, which sets out to create playgrounds where children, with and without disabilities, can interact and play.
  • Coaching on a New Battlefield
    May 12, 2008
    Coaching on a New Battlefield Yale football coach Jack Siedlecki is among five Division I head coaches that will visit military bases throughout the Middle East as part of Coaches Tour 2008.
  • Extreme Makeover: Brown
    May 05, 2008
    Extreme Makeover: Brown Members of the Brown football team joined up with <i>Extreme Makeover: Home Edition</i> to provide an early Christmas present to the Silvia Family of Warwick, R.I. The show aired May 4th, 2008.
  • Catching A Draft
    April 20, 2008
    Catching A Draft In late April every year, there are Ivy Leaguers who are fully prepared to move into the professional career that they have been preparing for in the classroom. But as Judy Battista of the New York Times discovers, an increasing number have hopes to delay that career for one in the NFL.
  • Ivy Football Doc Complete
    March 05, 2008
    Ivy Football Doc Complete For Love & Honor Productions is proud to announce the completion of <u>Eight: Ivy League Football and America</u>, an original feature-length documentary film (TRT 96 minutes). A world premiere, hosted by the Ivy Football Association, will be held on Thursday, April 24, at the Yale Club in New York City.
  • Ivy Among Giants
    January 30, 2008
    Ivy Among Giants USA Today's Mike Dodd spent Super Bowl Media Day in Glendale, Ariz., talking politics over wine and cheese with the three Ivy Leaguers on the roster of the New York Giants. They are Zak DeOssie, Kevin Boothe and Jim Finn.
  • Giants Head into NFC Title Game with Three Ivies
    January 23, 2008
    Giants Head into NFC Title Game with Three Ivies The New York Giants are heading into this Sunday's NFC Title game versus the Packers with two former Ivy Leaguers on the current roster and one on the injured reserved list.
  • MacLaren Receives Honor
    January 22, 2008
    MacLaren Receives Honor The NCAA Honors Committee honored James MacLaren, a former Yale football and lacrosse standout, as the 2008 Inspiration Award winner at its Honors Celebration last week in Nashville, Tenn., and that dinner will be broadcast on ESPN2 on Feb. 1 at 3 pm.
  • Harvard Grad Matt Birk Makes Sixth Pro Bowl
    January 10, 2008
    Harvard Grad Matt Birk Makes Sixth Pro Bowl Harvard graduate Matt Birk was one of seven Minnesota Vikings' players named to the 2007-08 Pro Bowl in an announcement by the National Football League. It will be his sixth Pro Bowl selection.
  • Ivies Earn More All-America Honors
    January 10, 2008
    Ivies Earn More All-America Honors A total of 13 Ivy League football players were named to the Sports Network FCS All-America team. Harvard defensive back Steven Williams and Yale running back Mike McLeod received second-team honors.
  • Loss of a Legend
    January 03, 2008
    Loss of a Legend James DeAngelis, the last of the Yale football team's famed "Ironmen" who upset Princeton in 1934 with no substitutions, recently passed away at the age 97. Click here to to read about the life of an Ivy League football legend.
  • Hollander, Raymond Headed To Islands
    January 02, 2008
    Hollander, Raymond Headed To Islands Yale defensive lineman Brandt Hollander and Brown wide receiver Paul Raymond have accepted invitations to play in the 62nd Annual Hula Bowl, to be held at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii, on Jan. 12.
  • El Diablo
    December 21, 2007
    El Diablo David Bathrick is retiring after 20 years as the Jacob Schurman Professor of Theatre, Film & Dance and professor of German Studies at Cornell. Among other things, he was once suspected of being a spy while teaching in Communist East Germany. Click here to read about the fascinating life of the former Dartmouth football player.
  • Unnoticed No More
    December 18, 2007
    Unnoticed No More Unless they were paying very close attention in the season's first eight weeks, Ivy League football fans were unfamiliar with Brown sophomore receiver Bobby Sewall, but that all changed as the season wound down.
  • Leaguers Earn Academic Status
    December 15, 2007
    Leaguers Earn Academic Status Four Ivy Leaguers -- two players each from Columbia and Dartmouth -- have been selected to the Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team.
  • Defusing Time Bombs
    December 11, 2007
    Defusing Time Bombs Quarterback- turned- surgeon Dr. Archie Roberts '65 screens retired football players for heart disease. As the founder of the Living Heart Foundation, the Columbia alum has pioneered advanced, mobile methods for cardiovascular screening in an attempt to raise awareness.
  • Odd Couple
    December 11, 2007
    Odd Couple One is a former Yale football player turned war veteran. The other is a tech-obsessed teen. Click here to read how their tragic losses have brought them together.
  • Two Leaguers Named All-America
    December 10, 2007
    Two Leaguers Named All-America Yale junior tailback Mike McLeod, the Ivy Player of the Year, and Harvard senior cornerback Steven Williams have been selected to the 2007 American Football Coaches Association Football Championship Subdivision All-America Team.
  • Four Ivies Named Football Academic All-Americans
    November 29, 2007
    Four Ivies Named Football Academic All-Americans For the first time in 10 years, four Ivy League football players were named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America team in the same year. Harvard cornerback Andrew Berry was the lone first-teamer.
  • All-Ivy Football -- 2007
    November 27, 2007
    All-Ivy Football -- 2007 Record-breaking Yale running back Mike McLeod was today selected as the Ivy League's Player of the Year in football, but it was Ivy champion Harvard collecting a near-record 11 first-team nods in the polling of the eight head coaches.
  • Covering The Game
    November 26, 2007
    Covering The Game The stories surrounding 'The Game, 2007' are coming fast and furious. Now even the President of the United States, who attended both Harvard and Yale, has weighed in on the Big Game.
  • Ivy Weekly Football Awards 10 - 11/19
    November 19, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Football Awards 10 - 11/19 Quarterback Chris Pizzotti had the finest day of his career while senior captain Brad Bagdis (pictured) spearheaded a total shutdown in Harvard's dismantling of Yale at Yale Bowl on Saturday. Each earns Ivy Player of the Week honors for their dominating performances.
  • No Tie Zone: Harvard Rolls to Championship
    November 18, 2007
    No Tie Zone: Harvard Rolls to Championship 'The Game, 2007' meant the first time that Harvard and Yale would match up undefeated for the Ivy League Championship since the epic tie, 29-29, of 1968. But Harvard left no doubt this time around with a decisive 37-6 victory.
  • Title Game On Deck
    November 17, 2007
    Title Game On Deck With Harvard and Yale both winning football games on Saturday, next week's season-ending matchup will be a rarity. The Crimson downed Penn, 23-7, while the Bulldogs bested Princeton, 27-6.
  • Life in the Fast Lane
    November 16, 2007
    Life in the Fast Lane Chad Walter ('93) has always been a race fan. His appreciation deepened when he worked on Cornell's Formula SAE team. Now the former football Ivy leads one of the premier teams in NASCAR.
  • Ivy Weekly Football Awards 9 - 11/12
    November 12, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Football Awards 9 - 11/12 Brown's Bobby Sewall and Cornell's Graham Rihn each turned in special performances to lead their teams to victory this week. And they earn Ivy Player of the Week honors for their performances.
  • Ivy Weekly Football Notebook 10 - 11/12
    November 12, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Football Notebook 10 - 11/12 Thanks to overtime rules, for the first time ever, we are assured going in that the winner of the Harvard-Yale game at Yale Bowl will walk away unbeaten and untied in Ivy play.
  • Ivy Weekly Football Report - 11/10
    November 10, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Football Report - 11/10 Brown sophomore Bobby Sewall had the kind of game that no one has ever had before. He rushed for 144 yards, caught 18 passes and threw for a touchdown in a 56-35 win over Dartmouth.
  • 17 Gridiron Gurus Honored by CoSIDA
    November 09, 2007
    17 Gridiron Gurus Honored by CoSIDA More ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District teams have been announced by CoSIDA. For the sport of football, the Ivy League leads the nation in selections, laying claim to 17 players.
  • For The Last Time -- YES
    November 09, 2007
    For The Last Time -- YES Yale and Princeton are meeting for the 130th time on Saturday, as the two meet for a 1 pm kickoff at Princeton Stadium in Central Jersey. And the game will be shown as the final Ivy League-YES Network football broadcast of the season.
  • Perceptions vs. Reality
    November 08, 2007
    Perceptions vs. Reality When AJ Tracey was being recruited out of high school, he had to check his perceptions at the door. The native of Choctaw, Okla. only knew what producers in Hollywood wanted him to know about the Ivy League. Now the senior looks back on the reality of being an Ivy - and the pride associated with it.
  • Ivy Weekly Football Awards 8 - 11/5
    November 05, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Football Awards 8 - 11/5 Dartmouth quarterback Tom Bennewitz was a quick-strike specialist on Saturday, throwing four touchdown passes and running for another as his Big Green beat Cornell, 59-31. Averaging less than 80 seconds per scoring drive, he earns Player of the Week honors.
  • Ivy Weekly Football Notebook 9 - 11/5
    November 05, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Football Notebook 9 - 11/5 Can Harvard post its seventh straight seven-win season? Will Mike McLeod fight through his injured foot to break Ed Marinaro's single-season scoring record? Week nine is ahead.
  • Ivy Weekly Football Report 8 - 11/3
    November 03, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Football Report 8 - 11/3 Saturday in Ivy League football saw a little of everything -- from a Nor'Easter to calm conditions. From high-scoring affairs to a single-score contest. With victories by both Harvard and Yale, we are now certain than one of those teams (and possibly both) will be the 2007 Ivy football champion.
  • NFL's Oldest Alum Passes
    November 01, 2007
    NFL's Oldest Alum Passes The man who was the NFL's oldest living alumnus, Columbia University alumni Sam Dana, has passed at the age of 104.
  • Van Niel To Appear On CBS' Morning Show
    November 01, 2007
    Van Niel To Appear On CBS' Morning Show When Harvard's football team departs Friday morning for New York, fullback Noah Van Niel will already be there. Van Niel, the opera singing fullback, will be featured on the CBS Early Show Friday morning around 8:30 am. Update: <a href="http://www.cbsnews.com/sections/earlyshow/main500202.shtml">Click here</a> for the video!
  • Ivy Weekly Football Awards 7 - 10/29
    October 29, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Football Awards 7 - 10/29 Jordan Culbreath's dash made a splash on ESPN SportsCenter while Harvard's Doug Hewlett did something no Harvard player had done in 40 years. Both claim Ivy Player of the Week honors for their efforts.
  • Ivy Weekly Football Notebook 8 - 10/29
    October 29, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Football Notebook 8 - 10/29 The nation's top rusher and the nation's top passer will be battling this weekend at Yale Bowl while Cornell visits Dartmouth for a Battle of the Bigs on the YES Network.
  • Ivy Weekly Football Report 7 - 10/27
    October 27, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Football Report 7 - 10/27 Princeton's Jordan Culbreath had Friday's 'Top Play' on ESPN's SportsCenter. Then Yale and Harvard continued their march to make it a two-team race for the Ivy title, to be decided on Nov. 17 in New Haven.
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