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Monthly Archives: October 2013

President Liebowitz Interview

Last week, we were joined by Middlebury College President Ron Liebowitz for a halftime interview. President Liebowitz is a serious sports fan and a knowledgable supporter of Middlebury athletics (enough so to read our blogs… see here, here). We were honored to have him join us in the broadcast booth during a busy weekend, and we hope you […]

Panther Nation Radio: Merryman, Sinnickson, and Middlebury Football

We were joined by two members of the Middlebury Basketball Class of 2015, Dylan Sinnickson and Hunter Merryman, with whom we discussed their careers and the upcoming season. At the 30:00 mark, we briefly recap the interview then discuss Middlebury’s 27-24 win over Trinity Saturday. Our audio was cut about a minute early, so apologies […]

Three Keys for Trinity

Trinity (5-0) at Middlebury (4-1), 1pm EST A year ago, Jeff and I were in Hartford, hoping to document Middlebury’s road to an undefeated season and its first NESCAC title since 2007. Quickly, things went south—Connecticut south. Trinity dominated the game from the outset, thoroughly outplaying Middlebury in every facet of the game, en route to […]

Bowdoin vs. Wesleyan: The Underdog’s Perspective

This post was written by Adam Lamont, a sophomore at Bowdoin. Lamont is a former member of the Bowdoin football team. The mantra of the NFL is that on Any Given Sunday an underdog is capable of rising up and taking down a powerhouse. The NESCAC does not have the same parity as the NFL, […]

Fantasy Friday: Week 5

There are no moral victories in NESCAC fantasy football. That’s what I learned this week after an excruciatingly close loss to Jeff, which ends any hopes I had of winning our season matchup outright. I’m not quite playing for pride yet as I can tie Jeff 4-4 by running the table the next three weeks. […]