College Football

Yale Bulldogs (3-7)

Sat. 9/16 Sat. 9/23 Sat. 9/30 Sat. 10/7 Sat. 10/14
@ Lehigh
vs. Cor
@ Ford
@ Dart
vs. HolyCr

Early signing period expected to help FCS programs

(STATS) - If the NCAA enacts a signing period in Division I earlier than the first Wednesday in February, what doesn't happen on the FBS level could benefit what does in the FCS.

Many coaches are embracing the proposed 72-hour signing period that would begin annually on the third Wednesday of December and precede the traditional signing period, which this year starts on Wednesday. It's when high school seniors can begin to sign a binding National Letter of Intent to formalize their commitment to a college program.

The December signing period would coincide with a period in which junior college players can sign with a four-year school. The proposal, submitted by the Division I Football Oversight Committee, will be voted on by the Division I Council at the NCAA Convention in April in Nashville.

Passing Yards: K. Rawlings754
Passing TDs: K. Rawlings5
Rushing Yards: A. Lamar557
Rushing TDs: A. Lamar5
Receiving Yards: R. Klubnik356
Receiving TDs: R. Klubnik3
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2017
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/16 at Lehigh TBA
9/23 vs. Cornell TBA
9/30 at Fordham TBA
10/7 at Dartmouth TBA
10/14 vs. Holy Cross TBA
10/21 at Penn TBA
10/28 vs. Columbia TBA
11/4 vs. Brown TBA
11/11 at Princeton TBA
11/18 vs. Harvard TBA
Ivy League
  Conference Overall
Princeton 6-1 8-2
Pennsylvania 6-1 7-3
Harvard 5-2 7-3
Brown 3-4 4-6
Yale 3-4 3-7
Cornell 2-5 4-6
Columbia 2-5 3-7
Dartmouth 1-6 4-6
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3032 (118)
Passing Yards: 1626 (113)
Rushing Yards: 1406 (92)
Points per game: 20.3 (103)
Yards per game: 303.2 (108)
Touchdowns: 23 (108)
Field Goals: 8 (71)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4354 (63)
Passing Yards: 2853 (99)
Rushing Yards: 1501 (32)
Points per game: 33.9 (102)
Yards per game: 435.4 (102)
Touchdowns: 43 (89)
Field Goals: 10 (66)
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