WILIAMSTOWN, MA -- The Wesleyan game opens up Little Three play for the Ephs this season. Since 1910 Williams, Wesleyan and Amherst have
been competing in football for the Little Three title. The Little Three is the nation's oldest continuous football conference in the nation.
Wesleyan lost to Amherst earlier in the season 33-3. Williams will close out its 2018 campaign at Amherst next Saturay.
Saturday will be the 124th meeting between the Wesleyan Cardinals and the Williams Ephs. The first meeting between the two schools occurred back in 1881 in Springfield, Mass., where Wesleyan emerged victorious 10-0.
Since that inaugural contest Williams has held the upper hand in the series and the Ephs have posted 76 wins to 42 by the Cardinals and five times the game has ended in a tie.
Through the first seven games of the season Williams has fashioned a record of 5-2 and Wesleyan will enter Farley-Lamb Field with a record of 4-3.