• The Patriots have made Kyle Dugger an offer
  • Patriots quarterback plan starting to come into focus
  • Thoughts on episodes 5 & 6 of ‘The Dynasty’
  • Recruiting Roundup: Walpole
  • 20 players to watch at the NFL Combine

Mike Curran named new head coach at Nobles

Image courtesy of Nobles Athletics Nobles has a new head coach. Mike Curran, who was an assistant last season and teaches English at the school is replacing Rob Murray . Curran has previous coaching experience in the ISL having coached at Belmont Hill and St. Sebastian’s. He takes over a Nobles program that finished 3-5. Nobles graduated a talented senior class but does return several talented underclassman including junior quarterback……

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Boston College hires former Belichick right hand man Berj Najarian as Chief of Staff

Image courtesy of the New England Patriots Bill O’Brien has hired a familiar name as his chief of staff for the Boston College Football program. Former Patriots executive administrator to the head coach and Bill Belichick right hand man, Berj Najarian. Najarian joined the Patriots in 2000 after spending five years with the New York Jets’ public relations department. He is a Boston University alum. Najarian spent 24 years with……

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Thoughts from episodes 3 & 4 of ‘The Dynasty’

Image courtesy of Apple TV+ Alright, the first two episodes of The Dynasty didn’t disappoint with a nostalgic look back at the early days of this magical 25 year run, and even some 90’s love for those of us who grew up with Bledsoe being ‘the guy.’ The next two episodes were a bit puzzling, but still entertaining as hell. Episode 3 was an incredible trip down memory lane and…

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Recruiting Roundup: Milton Academy

It is no secret that New England is quickly becoming a hotbed for quarterbacks. And for as many as there are across the region, one of the best — and in some evaluators’ eyes, the very best — might be a class of 2026 product. That player is Milton Academy’s Qur’an McNeill. He started varsity for the first time this past season. And with McNeill’s combination of size, athleticism, accuracy,……

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URI hiring Loftus and Yianakopolos to staff

URI has announced the hiring of Tyler Loftus as wide receiver coach and Henry Yianakopolos as defensive backs coach.  Loftus, who previously coached tight ends at URI from 2020-2022 spent the past two seasons at UConn as QB Analyst and Wide Receivers Graduate Assistant. In a statement released by the university, Rams head coach Jim Fleming is excited to bring Loftus back to Kingston.  “I am excited to announce that……

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Van Pelt sheds light on Patriots new offense

FOXBOROUGH- In his first meeting with the media, new Patriots offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt shed some light on his offensive philosophy and what he looks for in players, specifically the quarterback position.  Van Pelt is a West Coast offense coach and a discipline of Paul Hackett, Mike McCarthy and Kevin Stefanski. When asked if the Patriots will run a similar offense to what the Browns ran under Stefanski, Van…

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Hiring of Hightower has been in the works for a while

Image courtesy of Nancy Lane (MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) Almost everyone that grew up a Patriots fan was ecstatic to hear that Dont’a Hightower would be joining Jerod Mayo’s staff as a linebackers coach. Almost everyone. There was a small segment of fans that felt this was just a friendship hire. As good as ‘High’ was for the franchise, after so much nepotism throughout the years on the Patriots staff, some…

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Changing of the guard has officially started in Foxborough

FOXBOROUGH – There was a first day of college orientation type feel at 1 Patriot Place on Wednesday afternoon. Dozens of media members and TV cameras packed inside the media work room to meet new offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt, new defensive coordinator Demarcus Covington and new special teams coordinator Jeremy Springer for the first time in a press conference setting. Head coach Jerod Mayo (that’s still a little weird…

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5 Observations from Bryant Spring Practice

We visited Bryant spring practice on Monday. It was practice number four for the Bulldogs as they embark on their first season in the CAA. Head coach Chris Merritt’s team is going through some changes. Gone is Big South Offensive Player of the Year Zevi Eckhaus. Eckhaus transferred to Washington State where he will have a chance to compete for the starting quarterback job. The offensive line will have three……

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