Craig Fenn is a biology professor who holds degrees from the University of New Haven and Penn State University. He began following Division 2 football while a student at New Haven in the mid-to-late-1990’s, which included the 1997 run to the National Championship game when the Chargers were an Independent program.
A native of the Waterbury, CT area, he now lives near Lancaster, PA with his wife, children, and cats.
November 22nd, 2021 12:00am
When I was younger and living in the Northeast, the big sports radio station was WFAN in New York City, the originator of the format. They broadcasted New York Mets games, which I was generally indifferent to being a Boston Red Sox fan, but they had a great set of announcers led by the legendary Bob Murphy.
November 16th, 2021 8:00pm
“Lately it occurred to me…What a long, strange trip it’s been”. With the conclusion of Week 11, the 2021 regular season is now over for five members of this column, but for one band of Wildcats from Ellensburg, Washington, their journey continues into the post-season with a first-round playoff game on the road in a place that was unexpected but much too familiar for the Wildcats.
October 20th, 2021 7:00pm
For the second time this season, a team from this column has knocked off a highly-ranked and undefeated league leader. Central Washington pulled off the feat in Week 5 by beating Midwestern State, and now Barton does it in Week 7 by beating #8 Wingate 26-20 in overtime.
October 13th, 2021 12:00pm
Week 6 saw a resounding win by Central Washington over rival Western Oregon as the Wildcats take control of the GNAC conference race and stay in the conversation for the Division 2 playoffs. Bluefield State also won their first game after a 2-week layoff, although they were underwhelming in defeating Fort Lauderdale.