Crimson football failed to shake the great gridiron rule – the team that makes the fewest mistakes wins – falling apart in the fourth quarter in an otherwise well-executed and exciting contest against Yale last Saturday. Despite setting a record for completions in a game, finishing 28-of-52 passes for 310 yards, quarterback Neil Rose, exhausted and perhaps a bit overzealous, threw three interceptions down the stretch. In an otherwise brilliant performance, Rose’s interceptions, which yielded 17 Bulldog points in the final quarter, proved too costly in the end. Highlight of the day? Crimson kick-off return man, Chuck Nwokocha, running 94 yards for a touchdown, leaving dropped jaws on both sides of the stadium. Indeed, if the crowd’s exchange of gasps and roars was any indication, chapter 117 of “The Game” proved a thriller, albeit a sad one, for the Crimson faithful. Final score was 34-24, Yale.