A share of the NESCAC football championship will be on the line Saturday when Trinity plays at Amherst, and one of those teams will move a step closer to a perfect season.
The Bantams and Lord Jeffs, both 6-0, are the conference's only remaining undefeated teams. The winner is guaranteed to at least finish the season tied for first place. Kickoff is at 1 p.m.
"Amherst is a very good football team and this has become a special rivalry game," Trinity coach Jeff Devanney said in a press release previewing the game. "Our coaches and players are excited to be in this position, playing such a meaningful game against a strong opponent."