1. Championship Flags and Game Plaques

Make sure to check out the Big Green championship flags at the top of the west stand. Below the flags are plaques displaying the scores from Dartmouth games during the season. Both the flags and plaques are a great way to relive your favorite Dartmouth football seasons, so stop by and check them out.

2. Granite Bowl

Dartmouth has a fierce rivalry with in-state New Hampshire. The rivalry spans across sports, and there are always a lot of bragging rights on the line when these two New Hampshire-based rivals square off. Don’t miss it when the Wildcats come to town as you’ll be in for a good match up.

3. Pep Band

Enjoy the performance of the pep band throughout the game. The band creates a fun in-game atmosphere and is an excellent part of any Dartmouth football game.

4. Dartmouth-Cornell Rivalry

The annual game between the Big Red and Big Green is a must-see for Cornell fans. The Big Green and their fans hate losing to Cornell making every matchup between these two Ivy League rivals a must win.

5. Keggy the Keg

What better mascot for a college than a keg. Keggy the Keg is the unofficial mascot of Dartmouth and he can be seen at a variety of sporting events. Keep an eye out for Keggy as you wouldn’t want to miss him during your trip to Dartmouth.

6. Dartmouth-Harvard Rivalry

The rivalry between Dartmouth and Harvard began in 1892 and is one of the oldest rivalries in college football. The Big Green won their first game against Harvard at Harvard Stadium’s dedication in 1903, and the rivalry has been a fierce one ever since. Make sure to be in attendance when the Big Green and Crimson square off as there are always a lot of bragging rights on the line.

7. Cheerleaders

Join the Dartmouth cheerleaders as they cheer the Big Green onto victory. The cheerleaders do a good job of getting everyone into the game, so don’t miss them during your visit to Hanover.

8. Dartmouth-Yale Rivalry

Yale handed Dartmouth one of the most lopsided victories in college football history during the first meeting between these schools in 1884 when the Bulldogs defeated the Big Green 113-0. Since then the rivalry has been much closer making every visit by the Bulldogs to Hanover a must-see.

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