vs Yale Bulldogs @ Georgetown Hoyas It's almost time again for these two bitter rivals to do their sexy dance of passion. Hopefully DirtycashDylan won't feel the need to do a revue of Qwon's dance. They enter this matchup, both undefeated, both should be ranked in the top 15. It's been a one-sided affair in recent years though. Yale has won the last 3 seasons against the Hoyas. It's been since Dan Jones' freshman season since GTown prevailed against the Bulldogs. Now his successor, Keon Durbin, looks to make his mark. What Durbin lacks in mobility that Jones had, he makes up for with a far superior arm. The Hoya passing game has become a much bigger threat than in years past. That's not to say that GTown running back, Ronald Sims, won't play a large part. However, two fumbles against Columbia this week may have his confidence hurting. Meanwhile Yale has left their offense in the hands of new quarterback, Randall Caps. And he has delivered both through the air and on the ground. He'll have his work cut out for him against one of the nation's best run defenses. Durbin doesn't have it any easier as Yale sports a brutal secondary with a lot of talent, including potentially the best safety combo in the nation with Kevin Mason and Jevon Murphy. The Bulldog defensive line is quite stout as well and this one could end up being a defensive battle. No matter what, the fans can expect some bad blood, some trash talking and most likely an extensive amount of DirtyCash and Qwon pointing out all the things wrong with this game.