Dartmouth and Brown will kick off the three-game Fenway Gridiron Series on Friday night at 8 p.m. in a game televised by NBC Sports Network.
Dartmouth recorded its first shutout in four years and first over the Big Red since 1976 to stay in the hunt for the Ivy League title.
Dartmouth has lost two straight heartbreakers on the gridiron, but hopes to turn it around against the Big Red, a team it has defeated each of the last eight seasons.
Positive Coaching Alliance today announced the appointment of Buddy Teevens, the Robert L. Blackman Head Football Coach at Dartmouth College, to its National Advisory Board.
Another close game for the Big Green football team, as a last-gasp drive in the final two minutes was interrupted by an interception on a tipped pass.
Dartmouth has lost its last 13 football games against Harvard, but with the Big Green above the Crimson in the Ivy League standings, that ignominious streak could end on Saturday in Cambridge.
Dartmouth twice got within six yards of the end zone in the fourth quarter but could not find its way over the goal line in a clash of undefeated teams.
For just the 11th time in Ivy League history, two teams without a loss after at least five games square off on the gridiron.
Jack Heneghan threw four touchdown passes and the defense picked off two passes in the 4th quarter — one at the one-yard line — to lift Dartmouth to a 29-26 victory at Sacred Heart.
Dartmouth is looking to extend its win streak against non-conference opponents to 10, which would be its longest since the Ivy League formed in 1956.
The New England Football Writers' Association office unveiled its weekly Gold Helmet Award winners at a luncheon today, and senior Jack Heneghan took home the honor for Division I regional teams.
Whether on the rugby field or the football field, the men and women of Dartmouth are giving it their all for the Big Green.