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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Midseason Awards

This post was written by Adam Lamont, a sophomore at Bowdoin. Lamont is a former member of the Bowdoin football team.  Offensive MVP: McCallum Foote (Middlebury) Foote has not managed to repeat last year’s gaudy numbers in terms of efficiency, but he is averaging over 340 yards per game, which is 120 yards more than […]

A Thought on Bates and the Second Half of the Season

The Panthers are 3-1 at the halfway mark of the 2013 season. Given the their play, however the Panthers appear as likely to go 1-3 down the stretch as they are to finish the season 6-2. Mac Foote has not regained his 2012 NESCAC Player of the Year form and likely wouldn’t be a First […]

NESCAC Preview: The Game of the Year

Editors’ Note: A group of writers from around the NESCAC, led by Joe MacDonald (Middlebury) and Adam Lamont (Bowdoin), will be contributing to the blog for the remainder of the football season and hopefully beyond. This post was written by MacDonald, a sophomore at Middlebury and a sports editor of The Middlebury Campus. A season ago, Amherst […]

NESCAC Preview: Trinity Goes for 50

Editors’ Note: A group of writers from around the NESCAC, led by Joe MacDonald (Middlebury) and Adam Lamont (Bowdoin), will be contributing to the blog for the remainder of the football season and hopefully beyond. This post was written by Lamont, a sophomore at Bowdoin and a former member of the Polar Bears’ football team. Death […]

NESCAC Preview: Colby vs. Hamilton

Editors’ Note: We are excited to announce that a group of writers from around the NESCAC will be contributing to the blog for the remainder of the football season and hopefully beyond. This post is written by Pat English, a junior government major at Hamilton. Pat is an Opinion editor and sports writer at The […]