I've got to head out in minutes to my Little League team's game this morning (can't believe they are playing in this weather, but they are) so I don't have much for you.
Stumbled across this Healthcare Initiative at Tuck interview with former offensive lineman Caleb Moore '01. Caleb was a two-time Dartmouth captain, the first since Jim Robertson in 1920 and '21. There have been a couple more two-time captains since Moore.
Clayton Smith '05 in 2003 and '04 ...
... and now Timmy McManus '11, in 2009 and '10.
Dartmouth will be playing against one of The Sports Network's Top 10 FCS quarterbacks in the country next fall. It has dodged another one and it was scheduled to play an overlooked third one – who absolutely belongs on the list but isn't there – until a few weeks ago.
On the list and on the schedule: Brown's Kyle Newhall-Caballero
On the list and off the schedule: UNH's RJ Toman
Not on the list, not on the schedule, but deserving of a spot on the list: Colgate's Greg Sullivan
Six new college football teams will debut next fall and 10 more will kick off play between 2011 and 2013. Surprised? Check out the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame, Inc., release to learn the schools and their divisions. And yes, there could be a future Dartmouth opponent or two on the list.
Dartmouth baseball opens play in the best-of-three Ivy League Championship Series at Columbia today. Find the story here.
And finally, can someone please tell me why I bother to visit the Ivy League football page every day?