Army needed a waiver from the NCAA so it could play Yale on Saturday without hurting its bowl eligibility.
Yale plays in the Football Championship Subdivision and, as a member of the Ivy League, does not offer scholarships and does not play in the FCS postseason.
So much trouble for so much trouble.
Yale defeated Army, 49-43, on a three-yard run in overtime by Tyler Varga, who ran for 185 yards and five touchdowns in 28 carries.
The teams have a football series that dates to 1893, but they had not played since 1996 and Army had not visited the Yale Bowl — which is located about 87 miles from West Point — in 26 years.
Saturday's game was...