Seth DeValve explains how to miss the first 10 days of Browns training camp and remain prepared

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. READ MORE More

VIDEO: DeValve, Surace Reflect On NFL Draft, Princeton Football Development

Click here to watch the video. 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 ... More

A Bit of Destiny: Petrucci and the Class of 1986

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 ... More

GPT: “Seth DeValve Drafted By Browns, Becomes Tigers’ Highest Pick Of Modern Era”

Article via GoPrincetonTigers.com 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 ... More

ESPN Story: Jason Garrett ’89 Charity & Unique Bond With Opponent

"In the Nation's Service and in the Service of All Nations” is Princeton University's motto for the commitment to service through the influence of positive change. Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett, Princeton University Class of 1989, holds this sentiment close to his heart and embodies the Princeton motto in ... More

Caraun Reid touchdown

Caraun Reid is the first PUTigerFootball player to score an NFL touchdown since Oct 6, 1985, when Bob Holly '82 (ATL) scored vs SF. More