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He is not the dual threat he was when he first arrived in Worcester, but has become quite an accomplished pocket passer.

Blaise Bell is the favorite target on the team with 17 catches for 208 yards and a pair of touchdowns, though Martin Dorsey leads the squad with 219 yards on just nine receptions, two of which have ended in the end zone.

And after last year’s 35-10 Dartmouth triumph in Worcester — the Green’s fourth win in the series in the last six meetings — Holy Cross will be coming to town with revenge on its collective mind.

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Home Opener Versus Holy Cross Following another successful season opener last week — Dartmouth has won eight straight openers — with a 38-7 romp at Stetson, the Big Green will have a decidedly tougher test with the 25th-ranked Holy Cross Crusaders invading Memorial Field in the 2017 home opener.

The Crusaders received their first national ranking in seven years thanks to a dismantling of ninth-ranked New Hampshire last week, 51-26, not to mention a narrow defeat at FBS member Connecticut three weeks ago and a 20-0 blanking of Bucknell in their Patriot League opener.

Senior LB Eric Meile set the tone with an interception on the game’s first play from scrimmage, while junior nose guard Jackson Perry, after missing essentially the entire 2016 season, made up for lost time with a team-high eight tackles, 3.5 for a loss with 1.5 sacks. The kicking game was mostly effective, save a missed 22-yard field goal in the game’s first minutes.

Senior David Smith made up for that miss with a 25-yarder just before the half to give the Green the lead at the intermission.

Holy Cross is not afraid to call upon its kicker as A. Wells has converted 7-of-8 field goal attempts already this season, with his longest coming from 46 yards out.

Wells also contributed six punts at Bucknell, but Will Mc Grail is the starter there with an average of better than 41 yards per boot.

Two others have at least 11 grabs, helping the Crusaders spread the field.

The ground game is led by a three-headed monster in Diquan Walker, Gabe Guild and Miles Alexander, each of whom has 20-25 carries.

Wildcat QB Jared Gerbino and junior RB Matthew Shearin both ran for touchdowns as well as Dartmouth spread the wealth in the backfield.

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