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Author Archives: Joseph MacDonald

Gone Fishin’: A Look at the Teams Watching from Home

We’re down to the final four, and while this weekend will be about the excitement and drama going down in LeFrak, it’s always fun to take a moment to reflect on how we got here.  Seven teams (unless Bowdoin gets an at-large bid) have played their last game this season, and here’s a recap of […]


January 12, 2014, 4:00 pm Middlebury (6-5, 0-1) vs. Tufts (6-5, 0-0) Listen here Over the past three seasons, there has been a clear cream of the NESCAC crop. Between the 2010-2013 seasons, Middlebury, Amherst and Williams combined for eight top-three finishes and all three conference championships. This year a handful of squads look to […]

Around the Conference: Week 8

This post was written by lead writers Joe MacDonald and Adam Lamont. More Interceptions Likely For Amherst Secondary A lot of people are talking about a possible Williams upset in the Biggest Little Game in the World because Williams has been playing teams close recently. It’s a rivalry game so of course anything is possible, […]

6 Things to Watch Saturday

This post was written by lead writers Joe MacDonald and Adam Lamont. Middlebury quarterback McCallum Foote’s Assault on the Record Books: Last week Middlebury Foote broke former Middlebury quarterback Donnie McKillop’s short-lived NESCAC record of 62 career touchdown passes, which McKillop set in 2011 as Foote’s predecessor. Foote has a long way to go if […]

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 […]