Tradition

With 18 Ivy League titles, Dartmouth football has won more conference championships than any other member of the “Ancient Eight.” Dating back to 1881, Dartmouth boasts a proud tradition of success on the gridiron. Thirteen players and coaches have been inducted in the College Football Hall of Fame, including legendary coaches Earl “Red” Blaik and Bob Blackman, and former NFL Man of the Year Reggie Williams ’76. Over 40 Dartmouth football players have played in the National Football League, and 226 have been selected as First Team All-Ivy performers.

Academic excellence is an essential piece of the Dartmouth football tradition. Eight Rhodes Scholars have suited up for the Big Green, as have 17 Academic All-Americans. Dartmouth consistently ranks at the top of the NCAA Academic Progress Rate and Graduation Success Rate statistics.

PROUD TRADITION OF DARTMOUTH FOOTBALL

Played first football game in 1881.

Conference record 18 Ivy League Championships; four undefeated seasons since 1956.

Thirteen players and coaches inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame, including legendary coaches Earl “Red” Blaik and Bob Blackman, and 1986 National Football League Man of the Year Reggie Williams ’76.

Eight Rhodes Scholars.

Over 40 NFL players.

226 First Team All-Ivy selections.

72 All-Americans

17 Academic All-Americans.