NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) -- Senior kicker Andrew Sullivan made a
37-yard field goal -- the longest in his career -- with 7 seconds
left to lead Yale to a come-from-behind 31-28 non-conference win at
Yale Bowl Saturday.
Senior quarterback Alvin Cowan threw for four touchdowns,
including two in the fourth quarter, to lead Yale back from a 28-14
Junior wide receiver Chandler Henley caught six passes for 80
yards, including a 12-yard touchdown with 2:21 left to tie the game
at 28-28. Henley's 12-yard reception was set up by a 31-yard run
from senior tailback Rob Carr, who rushed for 169 yards on 24
carries for Yale (2-1). Yale junior safety Matt Handlon intercepted
a Chris Brown pass with 3:53 left at the Colgate 46.
Colgate senior running back Jamaal Branch rushed for 130 yards
and two touchdowns on 31 carries for the Raiders (2-2). Branch
moved into third place on Colgate's career rushing list, passing
Randell Joseph (1997-2000). Branch has 3,310 yards. Branch's second
touchdown, a 5-yard run with 9:12 left, put Colgate up 28-14.