HANOVER -- Less than 24 hours after returning from a 20-day bicycle ride across the country, Dartmouth football coach Buddy Teevens took time out Sunday to talk about what he saw, what he felt and what he learned on the trip, which helped raise more than $12,000 for The Prouty bike ride/walk for the Norris Cotton Cancer Center. An edited version of his remarks follows:
By Bruce WoodJAMESTOWN, N.Y. -- Ever since he hopped on his bicycle in San Diego just under three weeks ago Dartmouth football coach Buddy Teevens has been noticing different smells.
With the 2007 football season just around the corner, Dartmouth has announced its captains. Seniors Justin Cottrell (Somers Point, N.J.), Ian Wilson (Burbank, Calif.), Jared Dowdakin (Winnebago, Ill.) and Taylor Layman (Brentwood, Tenn.) will be called upon to lead the Dartmouth squad.
HANOVER, N.H. - In 1975, Reggie Williams was recognized as the most conspicuous player in Dartmouth football annals since halfback Bob MacLeod was a consensus All-America in 1938.
HANOVER, N.H. -- Josh Cohen threw for one touchdown and snuck in from one yard for another to help the Green team outlast the White team, 14-10, in the scrimmage that ended Dartmouth's spring practice period Saturday.
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Three different quarterbacks threw touchdown passes to three different receivers as the Green team jumped to an early lead and then held on for a 16-13 win Saturday in the first of Dartmouth's two Green-White games this spring.
DALLAS, Texas - Three Dartmouth football players - seniors Don Bly (Chagrin Falls, Ohio), Mike Fritz (Houston, Texas) and Ryan Fuselier (Escondido, Calif.) - were named to the inaugural National Football Foundation (NFF) National Honor Society, established by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.
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When Buddy Teevens returned to Dartmouth two years ago, he was honest about the extent of the task he faced. Rebuilding a proud Big Green program that hadn't enjoyed a winning season since 1997, he said, was going to take time.
Whether it's pushing the building of a new varsity house from dream to reality in record time, planning a snowshoe outing for wide-eyed recruits from the deep south or promoting the idea that his players sit in the front row of their classes, the wheels are always turning for Dartmouth football coach Buddy Teevens.
HANOVER -- Third-year coach Buddy Teevens and the Dartmouth football team will kick off spring practice on Monday, April 16. The 12 practice sessions allowed by the Ivy League will culminate with a scrimmage on May 5.
by Bruce WoodHANOVER -- So, you think you are busy? Check out what former Dartmouth fullback Charles Ganske ‘06 is up to these days.
HANOVER, N.H. – The Dartmouth College football program and head coach Buddy Teevens have announced eight early decision players who will join the team this fall.
Reggie Williams '76 was Dartmouth's honoree at the fourth Ivy Football Association dinner on Thursday, January 25.
There won't be any Ivy League players in uniform at Super Bowl XLI in Miami, but a former defensive back at Dartmouth -- Lloyd Lee -- will be there as a defensive assistant coach with the Chicago Bears.
HANOVER, N.H. - Dartmouth's Ryan Conger has been named to The Sports Network's I-AA preseason All-America football team.
Reggie Williams '76, an All-America and three-time All-Ivy League linebacker who went on to play in two Super Bowl games during a 14-year career with the Cincinnati Bengals, will be among eight honorees at the fourth Ivy Football Association dinner on January 25 at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City.
HANOVER, N.H. - Dartmouth senior Ryan Fuselier (Escondido, Calif.) has been named to the All-New England Division 1-AA football team as selected by the New England Football Writers.
HANOVER, N.H. - Dartmouth senior Mike Shannon (Andover, Mass.), a three-year starter on the Big Green's offensive line, is the 2006 winner of the Nason Award for Senior Achievement.
Jeffrey R. Immelt, Dartmouth Class of 1978 and a former offensive tackle for the Big Green football team, will be honored on December 18 in New York City
Six Dartmouth football players were recognized by the Ivy League this week for their on-field play during the 2006 season.