College: Week 4 College Football Previews

September 25, 2021

Hard to believe that it is week four of the college football season but it is. There are some great non-conference games on the schedule for this week so without further ado, here are our game previews for some of the 15 Division One programs in the area. #23 New Hampshire Wildcats (3-0) at Pitt Panthers (2-1): Pitt was upset by Western Michigan last week so you know the Panthers…


College: New England college football players that were drafted or signed by NFL teams this weekend

April 26, 2020

UMass cornerback and kick returner Isaiah Rodgers was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the sixth round of the NFL Draft. By Kevin Stone/@kstone06/@newftbj For 255 players, the three-day NFL Draft this weekend was a dream come true. Guys from all different backgrounds with all types of stories watched as they or their teammates were selected for the next chapter of their football careers. Locally, whether you were drafted as…


NFL Draft: Top New England prospects for the 2020 NFL Draft

April 22, 2020

URI receivers and cousins Isaiah Coulter and Aaron Parker are two intriguing prospects in this draft. With the NFL Draft kicking off on Thursday night, there are several local prospects that could hear their names called. We all know about A.J Dillon. He’s our number one New England draft prospect but who are some others? Who is the next Deonte Harris? Here are my top twelve New England draft prospects….


College: Ten Thoughts on the week that was in D1 football in New England

November 14, 2019

Dartmouth’s upset win over Princeton all but locked up the Ivy League title for the Big Green. 1. While Steve Addazio‘s seat is getting warmer at the Heights after Saturday’s loss to Florida State, the Eagles still have a shot at going 6-6 or 7-5 (long shot) and gaining a bowl bid. It will be a fascinating three weeks in Chestnut Hill. 2. Harvard suffered a terrible 17-10 loss in…


College: New England Division One Previews for Week 9

October 26, 2019

Merrimack will look to make it two in a row when Presbyterian visits Andover. There are several important match ups this week in both the CAA and Ivy League. Here is our preview of the division one games in New England today. Brown Bears (1-4) at Cornell Big Red (1-4): Brown has an opportunity to win their second game of the season against a Cornell team that struggles to score…


College: New England Division One Previews for Week 8

October 19, 2019

There are some great match ups this weekend including several Ivy League games that have major implications on ther season standings. Dartmouth Big Green (4-0) at Marist Red Foxes (1-4): The Big Green should have no problem dispatching a Marist team that gives up over 30 points per game. Dartmouth will be able to run and throw the football at will. The big thing for Buddy Teevens squad is to…


College: Thoughts on Week 6 in New England College Football

October 10, 2019

Here are some thoughts on week six of the division one college football season in New England. There were some great interesting results, most notably UNH winning their third straight home game. 1. Boston College lost a 41-39 heartbreaker to Louisville. The defense once again struggled giving up 41 points and over six hundred yards of offense. On the bright side, the offense continued to produce despite quarterback Anthony Brown…


College: Division 1 previews for week 5

September 28, 2019

Earnest Edwards and the Black Bears could end up in a shootout at Nova today. Time truly does fly. It is already week 5 of the college football season. It doesn’t seem that way considering it’s still September. Here is our preview of all of the Division One games in New England this week. Duquesne Dukes (2-1) at UNH Wildcats (1-2): The Cats got a much needed 27-24 win over…


College: Division One previews for Week 4

September 21, 2019

Week 4 of the season is upon us. There are three important game Maine Black Bears (1-2) at Colgate Raiders (0-3): Maine is licking its wounds after getting blown out at home by Towson. Defense was Maine’s calling card last season, that hasn’t been the case thus far. They have give up 71 points in the last two games. Today’s game against Colgate offers them the best chance to bounce…


NEFJ Game Previews for Week One

August 30, 2019

Bob Chesney’s Crusaders will have their hands full against Navy’s spread triple option offense. It’s week one of the college football season. Here are our previews and predictions for our local college programs for this week. Holy Cross at Navy: Bob Chesney’s Crusaders will have their hands full with Navy’s spread triple option offense. The Midshipmen are not as potent as they once were offensively but the option still give…