•The Rapid City Journal carries a Chadron (Neb.) Record story headlined, "Former Ivy League swimmer now speaks out for agriculture," about the role Anne Burkholder '97 plays as a "leading spokesperson for the beef industry." Burkholder moved to Cozad, Neb., when husband Matt '94 – a former Dartmouth fullback – punted his electrical engineering career to help run the family farm and feedlot near Cozad. CLICK HERE to read the story.
For an earlier BGA posting about the Burkholder's life in Nebraska, CLICK HERE.
And to learn how the football player and the swimmer ended up having a life together, check out a post from her immensely popular Feedyard Foodie blog HERE.
•From a troubling story about the financial woes of the former ONE World Sports, which a Sports Video Group story reports "essentially ceased operations last last year" (LINK):
Multiple lawsuits have been filed against OWS regarding unpaid wages, including one by Linacre Media, which is owed more than $170,000 for producing eight Ivy League football games last fall (as part of a 10-game package, two of which were produced by Harvard Athletics’ video team).
•The Soccer Nation website takes a shot at making the "Academic Index" understandable. CLICK HERE and there's even a link to a site that purports to help determine an individual's AI.
•Elsewhere around the Ivies, Philly.com has a story about the draft prospects of graduating Penn quarterback Alek Togersen HERE.
Ever wonder what to get the Dartmouth football fan who has everything? How about a Dartmouth cornhole game? The price is pretty steep but the game is pretty sweet. (LINK)
It's back to work for the Big Green and BGA this afternoon. Check BGA Premium tonight for coverage out of the sixth practice of the spring.