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During his fifth and final year at Princeton, senior captain and defensive lineman Caraun Reid didn’t have too much time to watch television – he was busy winning an Ivy League championship, training for his NFL Pro Day, completing his sociology degree, leading Bible study discussions, singing a cappella with Old Nassoul and playing guitar and drums for his jazz band.
This past season sophomore defensive back Matt Arends played safety for the Ivy League champion Tigers.
Just over a year ago, senior defensive lineman Caraun Reid made a bold decision: He would withdraw from his spring semester at Princeton, put his aspirations of playing in the NFL on hold and return in the fall for a redshirted fifth season.
During a ceremony held in the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York City Monday afternoon, the Ivy League named junior quarterback Quinn Epperly the conference’s Offensive Player of the Year and awarded him the Asa S.
Junior quarterback Quinn Epperly earned six Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week awards this season and was even named The Sports Network National Offensive Player of the Week after the football team’s 51-48 victory over Harvard.
The University community braved the cold Sunday evening to witness the second consecutive bonfire, lit in honor of the football team's defeat of both Harvard and Yale in a single season. The pyre featured the traditional outhouse, as well as a Harvard flag draped over the base of the fire.
An online student petition asking the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students to include the football team’s captains in decisions regarding Sunday’s bonfire has received 430 signatures as of Sunday afternoon.
The No. 19 football team's Ivy League championship season came to a disappointing end on Saturday, when the Tigers suffered their only Ivy League defeat of the season.
The No. 19 football team has already clinched a share of the Ivy League title, but need to beat a tough Dartmouth team in order to win the title outright and have their first undefeated Ivy season since 1964.
The Dartmouth Big Green is all that stands between the No. 19 football team and its first outright Ivy League championship since 1995.
The Tigers (8-1 overall, 6-0 Ivy League) clinched a share of the title last week with their victory over Yale.
Daily Princetonian Senior Photographer Eric Shi and Associate Photography Editor Conor Dube captured the football team's 59-23 victory on Saturday from the sidelines.
The football team clinched a share of the Ivy League title and brought Princeton its second consecutive bonfire with a 59-23 victory over Yale Saturday.
A warm, sunny fall day brought with it the largest crowd Powers Field has seen in years, which started the day by honoring the members of the Class of 2014, who would be playing their last game at Princeton Stadium.
“The support was fantastic today, definitely the biggest crowd I’ve ever played in front of, which was awesome,” senior linebacker Phillip Bhaya said.
The football team faces the last big test of its season Saturday at Princeton Stadium, as Yale comes to town.
On Homecoming Saturday, the football team has a chance to earn its second straight bonfire. After defeating Harvard in a triple overtime thriller Oct.
On Monday, junior quarterback Quinn Epperly was named to the Walter Payton Award Watch List. The Sports Network, one of the world’s largest sports information wire services, presents the major awards in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision, also known as FCS, at the end of each season.
In an interview at the beginning of the school year, Penn President Amy Gutmann spoke to the state of Quaker athletics.