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Draft Scout Tyler Varga News
11/15/14 - Morgan Roberts threw for a career-high 405 yards and two touchdowns, Tyler Varga scored three times and Yale beat Princeton 44-30 on Saturday to set up a showdown with Ivy League leader Harvard. Yale (8-1, 5-1) is tied for second with Dartmouth a game behind Harvard with one week left. Dartmouth plays at Princeton (5-4, 4-2) next week. Trailing 14-7, the Bulldogs scored 17 unanswered points, including Jaeden Graham's recovery of a punt blocked by Marty Moesta. The second of three touchdown runs by Quinn Epperly got the Tigers within 27-21 late in the third quarter. Yale responded with Kyle Cazzetta's third field goal and Roberts' 13-yard pass to Varga for a 37-21 lead. Varga also ran for two scores, including a 6-yarder that put the Bulldogs up 44-27 in the fourth quarter. Varga finished with 137 yards rushing. Grant Wallace had 149 yards receiving and Eon Randall another 112. - AP Sports
11/11/14 - Tyler Varga had 35 carries for 204 yards and two touchdowns, and Yale held off Brown for a 45-42 win on Saturday. Varga ran 24 yards for his second touchdown on a fourth-and-1 to put the Bulldogs (7-1, 4-1 Ivy League) up 45-35 with 6:18 left in the game. Brown (4-4, 2-3) answered on Marcus Fuller's 30-yard touchdown pass to Alexander Jette with 3:33 left, closing the deficit to three points for the second time in the fourth. Yale recovered the ensuing onside kick, and turned exclusively to Varga, who ran six times and converted two first downs to run out the clock. Yale stayed tied for second place and will face Princeton and first-place Harvard to finish the season. Morgan Roberts threw for 248 yards and two touchdowns, and Grant Wallace had eight catches for 123 yards and a touchdown. Fuller finished with 393 yards passing for Brown. - AP Sports
10/22/14 - Tyler Varga ran for 184 yards and scored five touchdowns as Yale put away Colgate 45-31 on Saturday. Varga ran for scores of 1, 7 and 5 yards while also finding the end zone on an 8-yard pass from Morgan Roberts. Roberts hit Robert Clemons III on a 68-yard strike in the fourth quarter to break a 31-all tie. After Yale forced a punt, Varga broke away on the next play for his fifth touchdown, a 69-yarder with 4:42 remaining. Colgate drove to the Yale 5, but Dale Harris broke up Bret Mooney's fourth down pass with just over two minutes left. Roberts finished 23 of 33 for 379 yards and two touchdowns. Deon Randall finished with 114 yards receiving, Grant Wallace added 104 and Clemons 98 for the Bulldogs (4-1). John Wilkins had two rushing scores for Colgate (4-3) and Chris Morgan contributed a 93-yard kickoff return touchdown. - AP Sports
10/15/14 - SEPT 29 IVY LEAGUE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Yale senior tailback Tyler Varga (Kitchener, Ontario, Canada) scored 30 of the Bulldogs’ 49 points, while rushing for 185 yards and a school-record five touchdowns in a 49-43 overtime victory over Army at the Yale Bowl. Varga carried the ball 28 times and found the end zone on scampers of 13, 2, 15, 18 and 3 yards. The last one from three yards out came in the extra frame after the Black Knights missed a 25-yard field on their first possession of overtime. He helped the Elis to a school-record 36 first downs in giving the Football Championship Subdivision its seventh win over an Football Bowl Subdivision opponent this season. - Ivy League football
10/01/14 - Yale has had bigger wins over Army, but not in decades, and none more surprising. Tyler Varga ran for five touchdowns including from 3 yards out in overtime to give Yale a 49-43 upset of the Black Knights in the renewal of a rivalry that dates back 121 years. Varga had 185 yards rushing on 28 carries for the Bulldogs (2-0). His fourth touchdown, a 10-yard burst through tacklers with 1:42 to play in regulation, tied the game at 43. It was the first win for the Bulldogs over an FBS team since they dropped down to what was then I-AA in 1982.
"This is huge," Varga said. "There are 105 guys who believed we could get something done...but outside of that, I don't know who believed. But all that counts is us." Daniel Grochowski missed a 42-yard field goal wide left as time expired and a 25-yarder to the right in overtime for Army (1-3), which has lost three straight. Army quarterback A.J. Schurr ran for 135 yards and a touchdown and threw for 94 and another before leaving the game with an injury in the third quarter. - AP Sports