College: Thoughts on week 5 in New England college football

October 2, 2019

Walt Bell’s emphasis on culture finally paid off this week in a win over Akron. UMass stole the headlines last week after securing their first win of the season over Akron. It has been a lost season thus far for first year coach Walt Bell and the Minutemen so it was nice to see the players and coaches celebrate after the win. Here are some thoughts on the week that…


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

September 27, 2019

The Crimson will host the Brown Bears in their home opener tonight at Harvard Stadium. The Crimson lost a tough 31-23 game last week to a talented University of San Diego program. Quarterback Jake Smith and the offense struggled to find a consistent rhythm and the defense had a difficult time getting off the field in key situations. The Harvard defense will once again have it’s hands full tonight with…


Harvard: Harvard Crimson (0-0) at San Diego Toreros (0-2)

September 21, 2019

Harvard kicks off its 146th season of football with a trip west to take on the University of San Diego Toreros. USD is 0-2 on the season with losses to Cal Poly and a tough 38-35 loss to UC Davis last week. Here three thoughts on the game. 1. Start the season right offensively: Quarterback Jake Smith and the Harvard offense need to get off to a good start. The…


Harvard: 2019 Season Preview

September 21, 2019

Kickoff: The Harvard Crimson kick off their 146th season with several question marks at key positions. Harvard graduated 30 seniors so there are going to be a lot of new faces starting on both sides of the ball. Head coach Tim Murphy is entering his 26th season at the helm. Murphy and his staff have been a model of consistency. The Crimson have won nine Ivy League titles under Murphy….