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Pigskin in the Spring

  • Dartmouth College receiver Ryan McManus hauls in a touchdown pass despite the attention of cornerback A.J. Dettorre yesterday. Injured offensive tackle Scotty Whitmore watches from the background. The Big Green staged what was billed as its "spring game" at Memorial Field, although the contest featured no tackling.  Valley News - Tris Wykes

    Dartmouth College receiver Ryan McManus hauls in a touchdown pass despite the attention of cornerback A.J. Dettorre yesterday. Injured offensive tackle Scotty Whitmore watches from the background. The Big Green staged what was billed as its "spring game" at Memorial Field, although the contest featured no tackling. Valley News - Tris Wykes

  • Dartmouth College linebackers Tyler Stout, left, and Bennett Goff participate in warmup drills yesterday before what was billed as the Big Green's "spring game". Like all spring workouts, the contest between the offense and defense at Memorial Field featured no tackling, a practice instituted last year by coach Buddy Teevens in an effort to keep his troops healthy.<br/>Valley News - Tris Wykes

    Dartmouth College linebackers Tyler Stout, left, and Bennett Goff participate in warmup drills yesterday before what was billed as the Big Green's "spring game". Like all spring workouts, the contest between the offense and defense at Memorial Field featured no tackling, a practice instituted last year by coach Buddy Teevens in an effort to keep his troops healthy.
    Valley News - Tris Wykes

  • Dartmouth College quarterback Alex Park prepares to send a pass to a teammate yesterday at Memorial Field. The Big Green staged what was billed as its "spring game" between the offense and defense, although no tackling was allowed. Park is expected to split time under center with Dalyn Williams when the season begins in the fall.<br/>Valley News - Tris Wykes

    Dartmouth College quarterback Alex Park prepares to send a pass to a teammate yesterday at Memorial Field. The Big Green staged what was billed as its "spring game" between the offense and defense, although no tackling was allowed. Park is expected to split time under center with Dalyn Williams when the season begins in the fall.
    Valley News - Tris Wykes

  • Dartmouth College receiver Ryan McManus hauls in a touchdown pass despite the attention of cornerback A.J. Dettorre yesterday. Injured offensive tackle Scotty Whitmore watches from the background. The Big Green staged what was billed as its "spring game" at Memorial Field, although the contest featured no tackling.  Valley News - Tris Wykes
  • Dartmouth College linebackers Tyler Stout, left, and Bennett Goff participate in warmup drills yesterday before what was billed as the Big Green's "spring game". Like all spring workouts, the contest between the offense and defense at Memorial Field featured no tackling, a practice instituted last year by coach Buddy Teevens in an effort to keep his troops healthy.<br/>Valley News - Tris Wykes
  • Dartmouth College quarterback Alex Park prepares to send a pass to a teammate yesterday at Memorial Field. The Big Green staged what was billed as its "spring game" between the offense and defense, although no tackling was allowed. Park is expected to split time under center with Dalyn Williams when the season begins in the fall.<br/>Valley News - Tris Wykes

Dartmouth College’s football team staged what was billed as its “spring game” yesterday at Memorial Field. Like all spring workouts, the contest featured no tackling. The practice was instituted last year by coach Buddy Teevens in an effort to keep his troops healthy.

Above: Big Green receiver Ryan McManus hauls in a touchdown pass despite the attention of cornerback A.J. Dettorre yesterday. Injured offensive tackle Scotty Whitmore watches from the background.

Left: Dartmouth linebackers Tyler Stout, left, and Bennett Goff participate in warmup drills yesterday.

Below: Dartmouth quarterback Alex Park prepares to send a pass to a teammate.

Valley News photographs — Tris Wykes