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After pounding Lehigh this past Saturday 52-26, the undefeated Tigers look to continue their successes this season as they open Ivy League play against Columbia (0-2, 0-0 Ivy League).
Princeton (2-0, 0-0) overwhelmed the Mountain Hawks (2-2) with outstanding play on both ends of the ball; highlights included strong passing play by junior quarterback Chad Kanoff and sophomore quarterback John Lovett, multiple rushing touchdowns from junior running back Joe Rhattigan and a stunning interception made by junior linebacker RJ Paige.
With two solid victories beneath their belts, the Tigers look to continue their progress moving forward.
After a disappointing 48-13 defeat against Chestnut Hill (1-0), the Tigers (0-2) had their home opener against the United States Military Academy (2-0) in an attempt to end their 102-game streak without a victory against a CSFL opponent.
2006 was the last time Princeton won its first two games of the season.
Coming off its first season opener victory in nine years, the football team hopes to carry the momentum of last week’s dominant victory over Lafayette into Saturday’s game against Lehigh.
This article is part of our 2015 Fall PreviewThe sprint football team has already been on campus for more than a week now and opened their season with the annual alumni game on Sunday.
This article is part of our 2015 Fall Preview
Coming off a season undated with injuries and inconsistency, Princeton football returns as an experienced team with high ambitions.
2006. The last year the Princeton football team opened its season with a victory. It seems, however, the Tigers had had enough of this ignominious streak.
What was for a bit a neck-and-neck game soon turned into a rout, as the Tigers demolished the Lafayette College Leopards 40-7.
With the baseball postseason approaching, the Daily Princetonian thought it might be interesting to look at one of Princeton’s own who is currently influencing the big leagues.
A road trip to nearby Chestnut Hill College ended in disappointment for the men of sprint football, as the Tigers fell to the Griffins by a score of 48-13.
As the Princeton football team prepares for its season opener against Lafayette, one of its players is preparing to be the first of a different sort.
This Saturday, Princeton football will travel to Lafayette’s Fisher Stadium to finally begin its 2015 season.
After being fired following a tumultuous and unsuccessful tenure as head coach of the New York Jets, Rex Ryan has pretty obviously been holing up at Princeton Stadium, about an hour south of his former team’s home stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.
“I feel bad kicking him out, especially because he seems to think nobody’s noticed he’s there,” said Princeton football head coach Bob Surace ’90, who is arguably more likely to receive a head coaching position in the NFL than Ryan.
Groundskeepers said they first became suspicious when they discovered a banner reading “Reappoint Ryan!” hanging from a flagpole in the stadium.
We’re quickly approaching your favorite sportswriter’s favorite time of the year, and it doesn’t have that much to do with Christmas (though high on my list is Christmas dinner — the thought of a home-cooked meal has carried me through these last two weeks). December, as some of you may know, is bowl season for college football.
Déjà vu brought fans at Princeton Stadium back to Homecoming one month prior. On that October Saturday, Princeton football (5-5 overall, 4-3 Ivy League) faced a Crimson onslaught and emerged battered and defeated 49-7.
Just one win stood between Princeton and sole possession of the 2013 Ivy League championship. Nothing was guaranteed — nothing ever is on game day — but one could have hardly expected Dartmouth to limit a 50-point-per-game offense to a total of just 24 points.
Around the Ivies: football
Only one week remains in the Ivy League gridiron season.
The Tigers (5-4 overall, 4-2 Ivy League) are officially out of Ivy title contention after losing 44-30 to Yale this weekend.
Princeton football (5-3 overall, 4-1 Ivy League) will travel to New Haven, Conn., to face a competitive Yale side, which currently tops the conference in scoring.
It wasn’t always pretty, but the Tigers (5-3 overall, 4-1 Ivy) got it done when it counted and came out of Saturday’s matchup against Penn with a 22-17 win to keep their hopes of an Ivy title alive.
After being embarrassed on their home field last weekend in the homecoming matchup against Harvard, it was unclear how the Tigers would respond with more than half of their Ivy season left to play.