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Employment History

Linebacker

Yale University


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Kick-Back Friday: #91 - Pathophilia

But one of the most entertaining participants, perhaps inadvertently so, is former Yale linebacker Mike Bouscaren, who evidently likes to remember himself as the team enforcer.


http://bmartinmd.com/2009/11/kickback-friday-91/

But one of the most entertaining participants, perhaps inadvertently so, is former Yale linebacker Mike Bouscaren, who evidently likes to remember himself as the team enforcer.


http://harvardmagazine.com/2008/11/the-force-was-with-them.html

Yale defensive captain Mike Bouscaren candidly admits he tried to injure the high-flying Champi in order to sideline him.
"I'm glad that we lost," he adds, "because if we had won, I probably would have had more difficulty becoming just a regular person—a person who understands that life is not fair, that you can't win all the time, and that it's good to be humble."


http://www.yalealumnimagazine.com/issues/2008_11/thegame.html

Mike Bouscaren '69, the Yale linebacker who drew a costly, last-minute penalty trying to knock the Harvard quarterback out of the game, still seems tortured by that afternoon.
"I'm glad we lost," he says in the film, not entirely convincingly, "because if we had won I would have had more difficulty becoming a regular person."


http://www.yalealumnimagazine.com/issues/2008_11/thegame.html

Mike Bouscaren '69, the Yale linebacker who drew a costly, last-minute penalty trying to knock the Harvard quarterback out of the game, still seems tortured by that afternoon.
"I'm glad we lost," he says in the film, not entirely convincingly, "because if we had won I would have had more difficulty becoming a regular person.


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