With the first game of the season just days away, Dartmouth grad Flo Orimolade '17 is impressing in his first year with the Calgary Stampeders. (Find the former Big Green linebacker's Stamps bio HERE.)
From the Calgary Sun:
With rookie Folarin Orimolade looking like he could be something special, too, the Stamps have enviable depth at defensive end.
And this from another story in the Sun:
The defensive line put consistent pressure on both quarterbacks, and newcomers Folarin Orimolade and Mike Rose both look like playmakers who could have an impact on the season ahead.
From the CFL site:
The Stampeders have plenty of good pass rushers, with James Vaughters, Cordarro Law and the highly-touted Folarin Orimolade in the mix.•
Vermont Edition, local programming on the state's NPR station, will interview former Dartmouth tailback Ryder Stone of the Montreal Alouettes at noon today with a rebroadcast at 7 p.m. Find a story HERE.•
Could the Mobile Virtual Player be on the verge of being a major financial success?
Edgy labs, a Texas concern that describes itself as “a media and services company focused on the edge of technology,” writes (LINK):
“How does MVP work and why is mobile robot revenue poised to explode by 2022?"