Statement from the New Era Pinstripe Bowl
2020 New Era Pinstripe Bowl canceled due to COVID-19 concerns
Due to the recent increase in coronavirus cases, which has led to the imposition of various travel restrictions and the cancellation of many college football games, including those in the Big Ten and ACC Conferences, we have made the decision out of an abundance of caution and in conjunction with
Michigan State eases past Wake Forest to win 10th annual New Era Pinstripe Bowl
Spartans hold Demon Deacons scoreless in second half for 27-21 win
For the first-ever meeting between Michigan State and Wake Forest, Yankee Stadium seemed like the perfect venue for the historic matchup between the two college football teams.
Quarterback Brian Lewerke finished with 366 total yards and two touchdowns to lead Michigan State to a 27-21 win over Wake Forest in
The Art of Sport
Jim Harbaugh sits down with Yankees Magazine in the Bronx
Jim Harbaugh spends his fall Saturdays walking the sidelines at some of America's most historic football palaces. His Michigan Wolverines -- with whom he enjoyed a decorated playing career in the 1980s before returning as head coach in 2014 -- play their home games before the largest crowd in the
One World Trade Center to light spire Thursday night in recognition of 10th annual New Era Pinstripe Bowl
Spire of iconic building to illuminte in alternating Michigan State green and Wake Forest gold on eve of matchup
The spire atop One World Trade Center will be lit Thursday night, Dec. 26, in alternating Michigan State green and Wake Forest gold -- in recognition of the participating teams in this year’s 10th annual New Era Pinstripe Bowl.
The matchup will be held Friday, Dec. 27 at 3:20 p.m.
Meet Me in New York
Head coaches Paul Chryst and Mark Richt look forward to their second straight bowl game showdown
Although the game was still more than three weeks away, the 2018 New Era Pinstripe Bowl truly kicked off on Dec. 4, when representatives from the University of Wisconsin and the University of Miami visited Yankee Stadium to meet the press and officially accept their invitations. The head coaches --
After facing off in the 2017 New Era Pinstripe Bowl, Isaac Yiadom and Josey Jewell became Denver Broncos teammates
It's a moment containing multitudes, the clock turning to zeros as a college football game ends. On one side, players high-five, dog-pile or find any other means of exaltation. On the other, the recognition that 60 minutes or more of trench fighting went for naught. For some, there will be
Northwestern holds off Pittsburgh in Pinstripe Bowl
Jackson runs for 224 yards and three touchdowns in 31-24 win at Yankee Stadium
Just one season removed from a record-setting rushing performance at Yankee Stadium, Northwestern junior Justin Jackson set a new standard.
Jackson rushed for 224 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Wildcats to victory against Pittsburgh in the 2016 New Era Pinstripe Bowl on Wednesday.
Although this year's game didn't
Duke earns overtime win over Indiana
2015 New Era Pinstripe Bowl hinges on missed field goal in thrilling game at Yankee Stadium
The 2015 New Era Pinstripe Bowl ended with a finish reminiscent of last season's final moments at Yankee Stadium.
For the second consecutive year, the teams needed overtime to settle the contest, which was once again decided by a field goal. Duke ended its bowl game slump and came out
Penn State earns dramatic overtime win over Boston College in New Era Pinstripe Bowl
Hackenberg leads Nittany Lions' comeback to earn Pinstripe Bowl win
NEW YORK -- In his pregame press conference, New York Yankees President Randy Levine called the 2014 Pinstripe Bowl "the most successful game in its history," based on advanced ticket sales and the dream matchup of Penn State vs. Boston College.
Mr. Levine evidently is clairvoyant, because the game also
Syracuse runs over West Virginia in Pinstripe Bowl
Running backs Gulley, Smith rack up 373 yards to lead Orange to 38-14 victory
NEW YORK -- Constant snowfall and sloppy conditions at Yankee Stadium slowed down West Virginia's high-octane offense. They didn't have the same effect on Prince-Tyson Gulley and Syracuse.
The junior running back amassed 264 yards of offense and scored three touchdowns to help the Orange rout the Mountaineers, 38-14, in
Syracuse downs KSU for New Era Pinstripe Bowl win
Amid controversy, Orange offense exceeds expectations
NEW YORK -- The inaugural New Era Pinstripe Bowl more than lived up to its hyped billing, featuring a plethora of offense, trick plays and even some controversy.
With Syracuse leading, 36-28, and 1:24 remaining, Kansas State wide receiver Adrian Hilburn sprinted 30 yards towards the end zone, supplying the
College football made mighty contributions toward Yankee Stadium's place in pop culture history
A few weeks after Babe Ruth christened Yankee Stadium by propelling the New York Yankees to their first World Series triumph, the first of many college football games kicked off in the big ballpark in the Bronx.
On Oct. 20, 1923, Syracuse defeated Pittsburgh by a score of 3-0 in
Home of Champions
Tradition has followed the Fighting Irish from South Bend to the South Bronx
A yellow sign hangs from the bottom of a narrow staircase. It is mounted on one of many yellow brick walls that support the 80-year-old structure. The message symbolizes the tradition of this institution. It reads: "Play Like A Champion Today."
This is the home locker room at Notre Dame
Home of Champions, Part II
Yankee Stadium's rich history includes more college football games than you might think
While games that featured Notre Dame or Army account for many of the most memorable moments in Yankee Stadium's college football history, there was no shortage of gridiron drama involving other schools.
From 1923 through 1948, New York University used Yankee Stadium as a secondary home field, playing 96 games
Dawn of a New Era
The most important game in NFL history took place in the cathedral of baseball
With Dec. 28 marking the 60th anniversary of "The Greatest Game Ever Played," here is legendary sportswriter Jerry Izenberg's account of it, which originally appeared in "The 1950s" edition of The Stadium magazine series produced by the Yankees in 2008.
The thing about history is that it rarely takes shape