Harvard Preview: Brown Bears (0-1) at Harvard Crimson (1-0)

September 24, 2021

Harvard proved last Saturday showed that the two year layoff did not affect them as they rolled over Georgetown 44-9. Sophomore Charlie Dean got the start for the Crimson and completed 10-19 passes for 94 yards and two touchdown passes. The start was surprising but Dean gives the Crimson more balance on offense because of his ability to push the ball down field vertically. Running back Aaron Shampklin ran all…

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Boston College: Suddenly, there is quite a bit of anticipation for matchup with Missouri

September 23, 2021

It’s been 34 years since an SEC team took the field at Alumni Stadium. Leading up to the game with Missouri on Saturday, there has suddenly become quite a bit of intrigue surrounding the game far beyond the novelty factor. Any time an SEC team travels to the Northeast there’s going to be a big following and Alumni Stadium should be just about sold out, but there was no real…

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UMass: Minutemen looking to continue building on positives despite tough matchup with No. 17 Costal Carolina

September 23, 2021

Let’s get this out of the way upfront, UMass is not going to beat Costal Carolina this weekend. That’s not the point. Well, it is, obviously winning is always the main objective, but where UMass is at right now, I think everyone can agree continued progress and not getting blown out on Saturday is plenty. The Minutemen have shown signs of life on offense the last two weeks against Boston…

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College: New England College Football Week 3 Recap

September 20, 2021

Army ran through and around UConn on Saturday. Week three featured some great games and there were a couple of blow outs. The Ivy League also season kicked off as well. Some schools showed some rust after not playing the last two years while other did not. Here are my thoughts on the week that was in Division One New England College Football. 1. Harvard didn’t skip a beat in…

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College: New England Division One Poll for Week 4

September 19, 2021

The Ivy League kicked off this past weekend so now the four New England teams in our poll have the ability to move up and down. There is some movement in our poll this week but the top stayed intact. Here is our poll for week four. 1. Boston College (3-0): It wasn’t pretty offensively but the Eagles got the win at Temple. 2. New Hampshire (3-0): Wildcats struggled with…

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Governor’s Cup: Rams power past the Bears 45-24

September 19, 2021

PROVIDENCE- Rhode Island used a balanced offensive attack and an opportunistic defense to win their third straight Governor’s Cup game against Brown 45-24. After not playing for over 500 days, the Bears got off to a good start by forcing a three and out and scoring on their opening possession on an E.J Perry (38-62, 2 TD’s, 2 INT’s) to Hayes Sutton 14 yard touchdown pass. It would be the…

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UMass: Mistakes cost Minutemen again in 42-28 loss to Eastern Michigan

September 19, 2021

It’s coming UMass fans. Maybe not this year, but the change you’ve all been waiting for is clearly coming. The Minutemen lost again on Saturday at McGuirk Stadium against a good but not great Eastern Michigan team, 42-28. At first glance, it’s just another loss on a growing list of them. However, if you were in the stands or watching on NESN+ or somewhere nationally, then you know a few…

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Boston College: Eagles grind out 28-3 win over Temple to stay unbeaten

September 19, 2021

When we all look back at the 2021 Boston College football season, the September 18th game against Temple probably won’t lead the highlight reel on the ACC championship DVD. Still, the Owls were on the schedule and the Eagles needed to check another one off before the “real” games against Missouri and Clemson unofficially “start” the season. BC took care of business in Philadelphia, winning 28-3 and more importantly they…

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Governor’s Cup Preview: Rhode Island Rams (2-0) at Brown Bears (0-0)

September 18, 2021

The 112th meeting of Rhode Island and Brown will take place this afternoon at Brown. The two schools play for the Governors Cup. They did not play last season due to COVID-19. Both the Ivy League and CAA cancelled their respective seasons. The Rams are 2-0 on the season after picking up wins against Bryant and Albany. Brown kicks off its season today. The Bears last played in 2019. Here…

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Boston College preview: Boston College (2-0) vs. Temple (1-1)

September 18, 2021

The Dennis Grosel Era begins (again) on Saturday as the Eagles look to go 3-0 in Philadelphia. Perhaps more so than any other team in the country, Boston College is more equipped to have its backup quarterback lead the way for the rest of the season since he’s already been there and done it several times in his career. LINE: BC -14.5 (O/U 55.5) Three offensive keys for Boston College:…

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