Football players from two opposing college teams led the stadium in singing the national anthem on Saturday when the stadium's public address reportedly failed, which led to an announcement that the anthem would not be played.
The two schools, Trinity College and Hamilton College, are part of the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and were getting ready for kickoff when they learned about the problem with the stadium's PA system.
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"I think it was something involving the volume to the overall sound system I'm not exactly sure," Dave Kingsley, Trinity's director of sports communications, said. "It was a concern because for a second we thought we heard some boos."
Trinity coach Jeff Devanney said the announcement did...