While Rafe Chapple, Tre Moore and Stephen Barmore were competing for the starting quarterback job in camp last year Kurt Rawlings wasn't ready.
He was being a freshman.
"I was a little tired, a little exhausted. I'm not going to lie. It was the beginning of the season, just got through camp, school hit and it kind of hit me hard," Rawlings said during Yale's weekly football luncheon Tuesday at Mory's. "I've learned a lot from that time especially with slowing things down.
The 6-foot-2, 200-pound sophomore and the Bulldogs' clear-cut starting quarterback from Bel Air, Md., smiles when he reflects on it all.
"Yeah college took a big hit on me,...