The Bulldogs is the chosen moniker of the athletics departments and intercollegiate teams at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. As a member of the NCAA Division 1, the university competes in the Ivy League as well as the ECAC Hockey, the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges and the Eastern Association of Women's Rowing Colleges conferences. The Bulldogs has a celebrated rivalry with The Harvard Crimson of Harvard University, and the annual competition between the two teams is referred to as "The Game."
Patent Pending is a pop punk band that was formed in Mount Sinai, New York in 2001. After getting its start playing basements and house shows around the Long Island area, the band recorded its debut EP,Meet the Fat Kids, followed by its first full-length record,The Pirate House, in 2001. The band's catchy, fast-paced music caught the attention of We Put Out Records, which signed Patent Pending and released the band's 2006 studio album, Save Each Other, the Whales Are Doing Fine. The band subsequently embarked on a national tour that included the entire 2006 Vans Warped Tour. Patent Pending has since continued to craft its pop punk sound and release albums including 2011's Second Family.
Bradley Nowell, lead singer/songwriter for the seminal band Sublime, may have died prematurely, but the soul-filled music he wrote for Sublime lives on because of Badfish: A Tribute To Sublime. The members met while attending the University of Rhode Island in 2001; five years after Nowell's passing. The trio plays all of Sublime's timeless songs like "Santeria" and "Wrong Way." When the members of Badfish feel the urge to write original songs they perform them in the group Scotty Don't.