Friday, July 14, 2017

Friday Smörgåsbord

There will be a Dartmouth tailgate prior to the Big Green's first-ever game in Florida against Stetson on Sept. 16. For more information, CLICK HERE.
The Daily Journal in Tupelo, Miss., writes that Scott Sallach, a Dartmouth assistant from 1998-2002, is no longer on the staff at Mississippi State, where he had worked since 2009.

From the story:
Sallach worked as tight ends coach on Dan Mullen's initial staff in 2009 and served in that capacity until February when D.J. Looney was hired for the position. Sallach has worked as the Bulldogs' director of player personnel since then.
Green Alert Take: Coaching football is at once a rewarding and a punishing profession.
Dartmouth coach Buddy Teevens' role at the Manning Passing Academy gets his name in front of a lot of talented players from across the country. To wit, this from the State Journal in Frankford, Kent., about a quarterback from the University of Toledo:
“Logan (Woodside) was a great representative of his school, town and family at this year’s camp,” Buddy Teevens, an associate director of the academy and head football coach at Dartmouth College, said. “We enjoyed having him and hope he enjoyed his experience with us.”

GoLocalProv has a story about Brown coach Phil Estes being scheduled to throw out the first ball at Sunday's Red Sox-Yankees game as part of the run-up to the Dartmouth-Brown football game at Fenway Park on Nov. 10. Dartmouth coach Buddy Teevens was slated to throw the ceremonial first pitch in the spring (story) but the game was rained out. The story includes an interesting video interview with Estes.

UPDATE: Teevens' first pitch has been rescheduled for July 31, New Hampshire Day at Fenway Park.