Friday, July 17, 2015

Six For Oh

The United States team's 82-0 win over France in the fifth International Federation of American Football (IFAF) World Championship in Canton, Ohio, was probably anything but memorable for most players.

But you'll have to excuse Dartmouth alum Matt Oh '11 if the lopsided win sticks with him. That's because with 1:14 left in the first quarter the linebacker forced a fumble by French quarterback Perez Mattison – a former East Carolina QB – and recovered it in the end zone for a touchdown. (GAME STORY)

The American team will have a rematch with Japan Saturday night at 7 for the gold medal. When the teams met earlier it was the U.S. entry coming away with a 43-18 victory. 
Look around for your boss and when the coast is clear click on the short video below for a laugh. The intro to the Mashable post in which it appears pretty much tells the story:
John Urschel is an offensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens, a published mathematician and a talented chess player. He is also a millennial.
Given his numerous accomplishments, we felt it necessary to see how Urschel stacks up against the average millennial: me. 

For what it's worth, the orange shirt Urschel wears in the video is a reminder that he considered attending Princeton before deciding to study at, and play for, Penn State ;-)