Second of a Two Part Series
BY JAY GREENBERG
There probably has been no more ignominious defeat in Princeton football history than Columbia’s snapping of a 44-game losing streak at the Tigers’ expense in 1988. But the 1990 Lions’ one Ivy League win during the 1990 season had also been over Princeton at Wien ...
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2016 turned out to be quite a year for Princeton football.
Very little was expected for the Tigers, coming off a 2-5 Ivy season in 2015; in fact, Princeton was picked fifth in the preseason media poll.
We all know how that turned out.
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Seth DeValve didn’t let anyone take the ball out of his hands. His first NFL touchdown wouldn’t be followed by his first NFL touchdown spike because the risk was too great.
“I wasn't going to let go,” DeValve said. “Next time I'll ...
Cleveland Indians, a School for Executives, Face Mark Shapiro, a Top Alumnus
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By TYLER KEPNER OCT. 12, 2016
In his spring-training office, overlooking right field at the Toronto Blue Jays’ ballpark in Dunedin, Fla., Mark Shapiro stands when he works at his ...
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On this week's espisode of "Behind the Bolt," Nick Hardwick sits down with Caraun Reid.He discusses his college days at Princeton, his road to the NFL and now his time with the San Diego Chargers.
VIDEO: Caraun Reid Returns Fumble for a 61-yard TD
During Week 3, the San Diego Charges faced the Indianapolis Colts. In the second quarter of the game, linebacker Jatavis Brown sacked and stripped Andrew Luck, allowing defensive tackle Caraun Reid to take the ball into the end zone for a 61-yard ...
Article By: Scott Patsko, cleveland.com
BEREA, Ohio – Missing the first 10 days of your first NFL training camp probably sounds terrifying to rookies. How do you catch up?
Seth DeValve might have the answer.
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Days after Seth DeValve became the highest-drafted Princeton football player in the modern NFL Draft Era, both he and head coach Bob Surace joined GoPrincetonTigers.TV to discuss Draft Day, the development within the Princeton football program and a couple of magical victories over ...
BY: REBECCAH BARGER
For 60 years, Harland “Pink” Baker was as normal a sight on the Princeton football field as a football itself. He attended every freshman and varsity game for those six decades, except for the seasons he missed during his time serving in the two world wars. But what Jim Petrucci and his other ...
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PRINCETON IN THE PROS
The Princeton Pro Day was unseasonably cold, with frigid rain coming down as he and his classmates lined up on Powers Field to run the 40. As friends, coaches and NFL scouts added layers, Tiger senior, co-captain, and All-Ivy wide receiver Seth DeValve was ...