Monday, October 03, 2016

Following Up

From the Dartmouth football office:

Traditional highlights can be seen HERE.

Green Alert Take: If you use Safari on a Mac and haven't upgraded Silverlight or one of those other add-ons the Ivy League will very kindly let you watch the annoying commercial at the front and then inform you that you can't watch the highlights on your "device." Really? (I switched to Chrome and watched just fine on my "device," thank you very much. But I had to sit through the annoying commercial again.)
The Dartmouth game story from the loss to Penn is HERE.
Sagarin DI Ratings (Last week)
125 Harvard (110)
154 Dartmouth (132)
155 New Hampshire (154)
161 Penn (179)
163 Towson (169)
173 Princeton (189)
194 Holy Cross (199)
201 Cornell (210)
205 Brown (185)
218 Yale (215)
228 Columbia (223)

Massey FCS Ratings (Last week)
21 Harvard (20)
25 Dartmouth (11)
27 New Hampshire (31)
37 Penn (63)
46 Towson (50)
48 Cornell (62)
50 Princeton (66)
68 Holy Cross (65)
81 Brown (56)
91 Yale (83)
96 Columbia (90)
Twitter brings news of another high school senior choosing to continue his education and football career at Dartmouth. This time it is Nathanael "Nate" Boone, a 6-foot-3, 225-pound defensive end from Penn High School in Mishawaka, Ind.

Watch his highlight video HERE and check out a getting-to-know about him HERE.

There may well be more names than this on the Dartmouth recruiting list but these are the seniors who have gone public on Twitter or in the media with their college decision:

• WR Masaki Aerts, 6-2, 170, St. Peters/Jersey City, NJ
• DE Nathanael Boone, 6-3, 225, Penn HS/Mishawaka, Ind.
• OL Donny Carty ,  6-7, 265, Episcopal HS/Dallas
• OL Sean Dowling, 6-4, 284, St. Stephens/Alexandria, VA
• OL/DL Jake Guidone, 6-4, 275, Xaverian Brothers/Westood, Mass.
• OL Evan Hecimovich, 6-3, 260, Naperville North HS/Naperville, Ill.

• TE Holden Wilmsen, 6-4, 250, Priory HS/St. Louis
Kyle Hendricks' run of games allowing three-or-fewer earned runs came to an end on the final day of the season but the Chicago Cubs' Cy Young Award candidate still finished the year with the lowest earned run average in the major leagues at 2.13. Find a story HERE.