Sacred Heart's highlights from the Dartmouth game:
•The Roar Lions blog gives a scouting report on what Dartmouth might attack Saturday (LINK) with this proviso:
Trying to be completely honest about where CU's strengths and weaknesses truly are, I'd do the following five things, (and yes, this is a bit of reverse psychology and I hope the Columbia coaches are planning countermeasures to each).
•The Providence Journal breaks the news that Brown grad Chris Berman of ESPN and Dartmouth grad Jake Tapper of CNN will be honorary captains for the Nov. 10 game at Fenway Park.
•Speaking of the game in the iconic baseball stadium, the Huff Post has a story headlined, Thinking College Football? Think Fenway Park. (LINK). Mark Lev, Managing Director of Fenway Sports Management, tells the Huff Post:
“We’re expecting more than 20,000 for Brown against Dartmouth and Maine against UMass and we’re expecting a crowd of more than 30,000 to see Boston College take on UConn.”
Thanks to a friend for sharing a link to a Canada Keep Exploring promotional video that features former Dartmouth linebacker/defensive end Matt Oh '11. Slimmed down from his 225-pound playing weight, Oh is living and working as an actor and model in New York City. (See earlier BGA Daily posting.) Oh was in Fairfield, Conn., Saturday to watch his old team defeat Sacred Heart. The screen grab below is from the promotional video for Canada that you can watch HERE.