- No. 5/6 Holy Cross football team defeats defending Ivy League champion Yale
- Senior quarterback Matthew Sluka leads the Crusaders with six touchdowns
- Holy Cross achieves largest margin of victory over Yale in program history
The No. 5/6 Holy Cross Crusaders had a dominant 49-24 victory over the Yale Bulldogs. Senior quarterback Matthew Sluka had an outstanding performance, totaling six touchdowns and 373 total yards of offense. Junior tight end Jacob Petersen scored his first career touchdown. Fifth-year linebacker Jacob Dobbs had a dominating performance on defense. This victory marked Holy Cross’s largest margin of victory over Yale ever. The Crusaders have now beaten Yale in four of their last five meetings. Holy Cross will face Colgate in their next game.