Princeton put together its two most dominant quarters since, arguably, the heart of its 2013 Ivy championship season last weekend at Columbia.
Over a 30-minute span between the second and third quarters, the Princeton offense scored 42 points and the Princeton defense gave up 11 yards. Yes, 42 points scored and 11 yards allowed. You’ll win a lot of football games that way.
And that is Princeton’s plan for the next two months, starting Saturday afternoon at Cooper Field in Washington, D.C., when the Tigers wrap up their nonleague schedule with a 1 pm showdown against Georgetown. The Tigers will look to bring a two-game win streak into their Ivy League six-game sprint, which will begin the following weekend against Brown on Powers Field at Princeton Stadium.