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Senior running back Trey Gray rounds the corner early in the second half, finding a lane that would take him to the end zone for Princeton's fourth touchdown of the night.
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton secures bonfire, remains in first-place tie in Ivy League

Princeton secured the important win with a final score of 35–20, maintaining its top spot in the conference alongside Dartmouth and clinching a bonfire for the campus community. “Tonight was an incredibly emotional game,” said head coach Bob Surace.

Princeton secured the important win with a final score of 35–20, maintaining its top spot in the conference alongside Dartmouth and clinching a bonfire for the campus community. “Tonight was an incredibly emotional game,” said head coach Bob Surace.


Powers Field was raucous, with total attendance over 10,000, as the Tigers outlasted the Crimson in a defensive battle that saw the referees play a rather conspicuous role.
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton beats Harvard in nail-biting, quintuple-overtime Homecoming game

Princeton beat Harvard 18–16 for the fourth year in a row on Saturday in the Ivy League’s first-ever quintuple overtime game that also brought some officiating controversy.

Princeton beat Harvard 18–16 for the fourth year in a row on Saturday in the Ivy League’s first-ever quintuple overtime game that also brought some officiating controversy.


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