•Dartmouth tailback Ryder Stone, selected by the Montreal Alouettes in the fifth round of the CFL draft, is quoted in an Okotoks Western Wheel:
“Obviously special teams, any rookie coming in, that’s where you have to earn your money at the start. In terms of runningback they have a similar-style offence as to what I had at Dartmouth, so it should be pretty similar to what I have here… I have just (have to go) out there and do my best and make the roster.”Find the full story HERE.
•Niners Nation has a story under the subhead, Breaking down the 90 players on the 49ers offseason roster in 90 posts (over 90 or so days). Today is quarterback Jack Heneghan. Find the story HERE.
•Could Dartmouth be playing in a renovated Michie Stadium when it travels to Army in 2022? Check out a story and video about potential work on the east stands at one of the most scenic and venerated venues in college football HERE.
•Princeton has announced its incoming recruiting class and is beating its chest a little. From a Princeton release (LINK):
The Class of 2022 has been ranked atop the FCS field by both HeroSports.com and 247sports.com, which is a credit to both the depth of talent throughout the class, as well as some of the highest-ranked recruits that lead the group. HeroSports.com ranked the Top 250 FCS recruits, and Princeton had 10 recruits listed among the group; the Tigers also led the FCS with four Top-25 recruits and two Top-10 recruits (#1 Brevin White and #8 Tola Banjoka).
•Sports messages boards, like sports talk radio, wear me out. In general I'm not a fan, but I do check them out to make sure I'm not missing something. That being the case, I noticed the Ivy League sports board has a string under the headline Pre-season rankings that offers up too-early predictions for the 2018 Ivy League football race. So yup, out of curiosity I scanned down the various postings to see what people were thinking. In case you are curious, you can check it out HERE.