Sibling rivalry: Williams-Amherst remains heated
When Zephaniah Swift Moore abandoned Williams in 1821 with a few professors, students and, allegedly, a few library books, to start what is now Amherst College, he couldn't have imagined that the Massachusetts schools would still be battling in 2007.
The thing that's amazing about the game is the emotion -- the raw emotion -- from the kids. We really enjoy playing in that game, and unfortunately, for better or worse, you get defined by that game. And when you win it, it's awesome, and when you lose it, it's devastating.
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