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Yale was the only 0-1 football team in the Ivy League after a 38-14 loss to No. 18 Holy Cross Sept. 17. From there, big wins over the likes of Cornell and Dartmouth solidified Yale’s place as a contender for the conference championship.
“It’s like a different football team,” head coach Tony Reno said of the team’s growth. “I think the tangible areas, like what you see: scores, tackles, yards. The intangible areas are the growth they’ve made in preparation and also the demeanor we have in games.”