UNH: New captains ready to embrace the role

April 19, 2022

Photo: @UNH_football The New Hampshire Wildcats have four new captains for the 2022 season and three of them are local guys. Brian Espanet (Millis/Hopedale), Pat Flynn (Hanover), Niko Kvietkus (Southington, CT/Deerfield) along with Pop Bush have all been tasked with leading the team during head coach Ricky Santos’ first full season. All four guys are beyond thrilled for the opportunity that was voted on by their teammates, but don’t just…


High School: MHSFCA Coaches Clinic hosted by the Patriots a huge success

March 13, 2022

FOXBOROUGH – The game of football will be better off in 2022 and beyond because of the coaches that spent hours upon hours at Gillette Stadium this weekend. The Patriots hosted the annual MHSFCA Coaches Clinic Friday and Saturday, with 38 presentations from college and high school coaches and a phenomenal keynote speech from UMass head coach Don Brown on Friday night. Beyond the 38 presentations, everywhere you turned there…


College: Recapping Week 1 in New England College Football

September 6, 2021

Image courtesy of WPRI 12 The Rams offense was impressive in a week one win over Bryant. Week one is in the books in college football. 12 of the 15 division one programs played this weekend and several made a great first impression. Here are my thoughts. 1. Merrimack struggled early on with St. Anselm’s, an old NE-10 foe but pulled away in the second half winning 55-23. Quarterback Westin…


CAA: UNH falls to Albany in spring season opener

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March 6, 2021

DURHAM – After over 400 days of waiting, this wasn’t how the New Hampshire football team envisioned things going. With head coach Sean McDonnell back on the sidelines, the Wildcats hosted Albany in the first ever March football game for the CAA and the “season opener” for this strange six-game schedule on Friday night. UNH had the ball deep inside Great Danes territory with just seconds remaining on the clock…


CAA: New Hampshire ready for opener against Albany on Friday

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March 3, 2021

When New Hampshire head coach Sean McDonnell met with the media for his first “regular season” Zoom press conference on Wednesday, the energy radiating from Durham was palpable. McDonnell has been waiting a long time to get back on the sidelines since having to sit out the 2019 season. It may not look normal and the calendar may scream March Madness and golf more than it does college football, but…