Elsewhere among Ivy League teams and Dartmouth opponents:
Princeton is a 21-point favorite at home against Columbia
Brown is a 14.5-point underdog at home against Rhode Island
Cornell is a 4.5-point favorite at home against Georgetown
Harvard is a 24.5-point favorite at home against Howard
Yale is an 18.5-point favorite at home against Fordham
Colgate is an 8.5-point favorite at home against Lehigh
Jacksonville is a 19-point underdog at Dayton
Marist is a 24.5-point underdog at San Diego
•Dartmouth placekicker Connor Davis is the Ivy League special teams player of the week after booting a 39-yard field goal and going 5-for-5 on extra points i the win over Colgate. Defensive lineman Jackson Perry and quarterback Jared Gerbino were named to the Ivy League honor roll. Find the Ivy League release HERE and a story out of Dartmouth HERE.
•A website called The Fanatic that started last March has Dartmouth as the No. 15 team in the country and Princeton as No. 21. For perspective, it has 2-2 New Hampshire at No. 24. (LINK)
•The Dartmouth has a story about the college sending a cease and desist letter to a company selling retro Dartmouth clothing and memorabilia. (LINK)
Among the items Vintage Brand sells is this cutting board:
What scares me about the cutting board isn't the knife. It's that it is being sold by "Vintage," and . . . I was actually at that game ;-)
Needless to say, it isn't items like this that have Dartmouth officials unhappy.
True story, wandering through Kmart back around the time of the Dartmouth-Army game memorialized on the cutting board a tag on a pair of pants caught my eye. The pants, which had been imported from Japan if I recall correctly, had a tag featuring a photograph of a very familiar-looking football helmet. The helmet had twin, green parallel lines on either side of a block D in the front. I shared that tidbit with the Dartmouth SID and I believe the college then got involved.