Although his Dartmouth degree brings him pride, Freberg said he didn’t plan on revealing his college’s prestigious name on the island in hopes that other players would underestimate his tactical potential.For more on Freberg, check out this earlier BGA blog posting.
•Amazon.com description of the book:
As told by Forbes writer, Monte Burke, 4TH AND GOAL is a detailed account of Joe Moglia's amazing and uplifting life story, his quest for his ultimate dream and its stunning conclusion. It's a tale of overcoming adversity...of never giving up...of never losing sight of one's true goals in life.
It is a story, quite literally, of a dream deferred, but never forgotten.
•There may be a few insights to be gleaned from the Brown Daily Herald story about the Bears' come-from-behind victory over Dartmouth's Week Two opponent, Holy Cross. From the story:
The Bears gave up 230 passing yards to the high-flying Crusader offense led by senior quarterback Kevin Watson. “They’re a passing team,” Estes said. “A really good passing team.”Watson, however, was injured late in the Brown game and does not appear on the Holy Cross depth chart for Dartmouth.
•Tim Murphy is in his 19th year as head coach at Harvard. A Harvard Crimson look at his career in Cambridge includes this stunner:
Every four-year player that Murphy has recruited—every single one—has won an Ivy League title.
When Penn State played host to Navy last Saturday, That Certain Younger Hanover High Graduate enjoyed a reunion with a friend from school and summer camp who is now a plebe at the U.S. Naval Academy.