Halftime Update: Tigers' aerial attack powers them to early leadand Christopher Murphy | Nov 11, 2017
The Tigers are leading Yale 24-14 at halftime. Princeton struck the first blow, recording a touchdown in the first quarter off a connection between senior quarterback Chad Kanoff and junior wide receiver Jesper Horsted. The Orange and Black would build on their advantage early in the second quarter as Kanoff completed an 18-yard pass to junior receiver Stephen Carlson, extending the lead to 14. However, the Bulldogs quickly responded, finding their way to the end-zone within the minute off a 47-yard rush from Zane Dudek. Both Princeton and Yale completed one more touchdown apiece, keeping the game tight. The Tigers are currently outgaining the Bulldogs 283 yards to 186 yards through the air and will look to build on their lead heading into the second half.