Thursday, October 20, 2011


The Dartmouth Sports Publicity office presents the latest Teevens TeleTeaser, which confirms what is happening this week at quarterback.

Dartmouth's game notes for Saturday begin this way:
Dartmouth could not ask for more favorable conditions to snap a four-game losing streak. The Big Green are playing their homecoming game against Columbia, which is not only 0-5 this season, but also has won just 17 of the 81 meetings between the two programs.

Find Columbia's game notes here.

The Roar Lions Roar blog offers a pretty thorough Dartmouth scouting report.

Craig Haley at The Sports Network has his weekend picks in and they look like this:
  • Dartmouth over Columbia
  • Yale over Penn
  • Brown over Cornell
  • Harvard over Princeton
Also . . .
  • Colgate over Georgetown
  • Bucknell over Holy Cross
  • Monmouth over Sacred Heart
Bucknell over Holy Cross? Now, I know the Crusader had some trouble the last time they visited Lewisburg but didn't Bucknell just get pounded by Harvard, 42-3? The Bison managed all of five first downs. Five! And OK, you don't want to put much weight on that transitive score stuff but isn't Holy Cross the only team to beat Harvard? Another TSN writer picked Bucknell to beat Harvard last week and that pick had me shaking my head. This is another.

Former Dartmouth assistant coach Adam Hollis, most recently an assistant at Princeton, is working these days for the TSSAA Network, part of PlayOn! Sports, "the nation's premiere high school sports media company."

Hollis is also working with the running backs for the 7-1 Christ Presbyterian Academy football team coached by former Florida and NFL quarterback Ingle Martin.

Harvard Magazine has a good story about the Crimson and quarterback Colton Chapple spun out of the win over Brown. Included in the story:
Harvard’s no-huddle offense now features a two-tight-end set, teaming six-foot-five sophomore Cameron Brate and the versatile Kyle Juszczyk ’13. “It’s a quarterback’s dream to have those two (tight ends),” said Chapple after the Brown game. “They’re big, they’re fast, they’ve got great hands.”

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