Colby drops close game to division rival Wesleyan
When you add everything up, the New York Giants are Super Bowl champions for the second time in five years.
After 23 years at Colby, Ed Mestieri resigned Friday, Dec. 2 after eight seasons as the head football coach.
A win is a win is a win. That’s what I’m going to keep telling myself after that one.
The Mules finished their season with a loss to Bowdoin, earning just a share of the CBB Championship.
The Pats shined in the spotlight of primetime football while their opponents, especially Sanchez, looked flustered.
We learned a lot about the New England Patriots team this week. After being dominated by the Pittsburgh Steelers—a team the Pats usually beat—the Patriots took on the New York Giants this past Sunday.
This weekend, after the College beat Bates College on the football field, bells rang.
A week after picking up their first win of the season, senior tri-captains Nick Kmetz ’12 and Connor Walsh ’12 sparked an offensive explosion, leading the Colby football team to a 37-13 victory over rival Bates College.
The New England Patriots fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers in a physical game this past weekend.
Colby football snapped its four-game skid to pick up its first win of the season, 13-7.
The tough start to the Colby football team’s season continued the past two weeks with losses to Wesleyan University and Amherst College.
In the two games since returning home to Gillette Stadium, the New England Patriots are 2-0 with wins over the division rival New York Jets as well as the Dallas Cowboys.
The Colby men’s football team was unable to contain a powerful Middlebury College offense and dropped its second game of the season by a score of 41-15.
The Colby College Football Team would like to take the opportunity to thank The Mule Mob along with the rest of the Colby Community.
A spirited Colby crowd was not enough to help the football team overcome Trinity College’s vaunted defense as the Mules dropped their opening game 28-10 this past weekend.
Most New England Patriots fans are probably asking, “What just happened?”
The New England Patriots won a competitive game against the San Diego Chargers to advance to 2-0, joining the New York Jets and the Buffalo Bills in a three-way tie atop the AFC East.
The New England Patriots dominated the Miami Dolphins in week one.
With a comeback in the last second of play, the Colby Mules defeated the Tufts Jumbos 42-41 this past Saturday at Zimman Field in Medford, Mass.
The Colby Mules are halfway to securing the CBB (Colby-Bates-Bowdoin) Championship after a 10-6 win over Bates (1-5) this past Saturday at Garcelon Field in Lewiston, Maine.
The Colby football team dominated the Hamilton Continentals 35-7 for their second win of the season this past Saturday at Seaverns Field.
Colby’s football team recently faced two tough weeks of New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) play, dropping decisions to Wesleyan University at home and Amherst College on the road. The Mules were unable to secure wins over the Lord Jeffs and the Cardinals (tied for first and third in the NESCAC, respectively).
The Colby College Mules defeated the visiting Middlebury Panthers 38-27 in their first home game of the season Saturday at Seaverns Field. The Mules earned their first New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) win and handed the Panthers their first loss.
The Colby College Mules dropped a 33-6 decision against Trinity College in their 2010 New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) opener at Jessee/Miller Field Saturday. While quarterback Nick Kmetz '12 threw for 223 yards, Trinity dominated both the rushing and passing game.
On September 25, the Mules will travel to Trinity College in Hartford, CT for the 2010 season opener.
Last Saturday, November 14, the Colby football team played its final game of the 2009 season against Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine.
Going into the final game of the season, Colby College football stands to finish 5 to 3 in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and to carry the CBB title back to Mayflower Hill with a win against Bowdoin this Saturday, November 24. Did anyone see this coming?
In the last minutes of Saturday's game the Colby College football faithful at Harold Alfond Stadium held their collective breaths. Bates College (0 to 6) was making a furious comeback and had a first down at the Colby five yard line with one minute to go in the game. The Bobcats were behind by only one touchdown with the scoreboard reading 34 to 27. It took four excruciatingly close plays, but the home crowd was able to exhale a sigh of relief as the Mule defense denied Bates the endzone and sealed the CBB victory with a goal line stand, moving Colby to 3 to 3 overall.
Saturday, October 24, the Colby College football team accomplished something it could not do for seven years.
Colby College football took Williams College down to the wire in its season opener last Saturday, September 26. Unfortunately, the Mules could not hang on to a late game lead and ultimately lost 19-23. Colby outplayed the Ephs for nearly three quarters of play and ultimately had its victory stolen away when Williams led a game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter.
Last Friday, September 18, the football team played host to Bates College in a scrimmage under the lights of Seaverns Field at the Harold Alfond Complex. A fairly large crowd of students and local residents turned out to watch the Mules on a relatively cold September evening. For the average fan, the play on the field could have been mistaken for authentic game action. Seaverns Field, in its illuminated glory, seemed to conjure the seriousness of game atmosphere. Every block, every tackle, every pass was just that much bolder and brighter. It is clear why the new complex has received so many accolades. More important to the game-like feel was the attitude of the football team on the field.