They Were in a Hurry to Find Out What Took Davidson So Long

BY JAY GREENBERG Kevin Davidson lost exact count of the approximate 2/3 of NFL teams who interviewed him during his week at the East-West Shrine Bowl, but not of how many of those clubs wanted to know why he didn’t start until senior year: Every single one. It wasn’t that they had never heard of Chad Kanoff '18 ... More

Princeton’s Greatest Comebacks of the Ivy Era

BY JAY GREENBERG Our sixth of an 11 part series of the most memorable victories, moments, and performances during the Ivy League era of Princeton football continues with 15 grand comebacks. The worst weather days, greatest team offensive and defensive performances, upset wins, and upset losses were previously posted ... More

These Seniors Stuck It Out

BY BOB SURACE Bouncing back with such a solid win over Penn following a couple of rough games was not the only reason I was sad to see this season end. I feel that sadness on Thanksgiving week to a certain extent every season. My time with a senior class is up. When we were putting this program together in my first ... More

These Were the Plays and Players of 2019

BY JAY GREENBERG Eight wins to follow ten, a couple of school offensive records set, plus another Bushnell Cup nomination were reflections of a season when seniors who had awaited their turn stepped in superbly, helping to bring along droves of talented underclassmen on both sides of the ball. The 2019 Tigers passed ... More

Andrew Griffin Named First-Team CoSIDA Academic All-America

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here. Andrew Griffin has caught another huge honor to top of his Princeton football career. Griffin, the senior wide receiver from Avon, Ind., has been named a CoSIDA first-team Academic All-America. Griffin, who earlier had been named to the District II ... More

Jeremiah Tyler Honored At Bushnell Cup Ceremony

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here. NEW YORK - Jeremiah Tyler was honored at the Asa S. Bushnell Cup ceremony Monday afternoon in New York City as one of two finalists of the Ivy League's Defensive Player of the Year Award. The winner was Jack Traynor of Dartmouth. Princeton has had 12 ... More

More than Second Place, Tyler is in a Good Place

BY JAY GREENBERG NEW YORK - All of the football awards ceremonies in the world and Jeremiah Tyler just happened to be up for the same one, in the same year, as Jack Traynor. That’s the way the Princeton linebacker, announced as the second best defensive player in the Ivy League for 2019 on Monday afternoon here, ... More

A Gift Idea for Those Gifted by Football

BY JAY GREENBERG Bob Casciola '58 worries that the popularity of football, immense as that is, ultimately won’t be enough to save it. Americans can’t keep watching if nobody is playing and fewer are out of concern for injury, particularly head trauma. Enrollment in youth football programs is the lowest it has been ... More

Jeremiah Tyler Named A Finalist For The Bushnell Cup

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here. Jeremiah Tyler's extraordinary junior year has brought him one more honor, and possibly another one after this. Tyler, the Princeton linebacker, has been named one of two finalists for the Asa S. Bushnell Cup as the Ivy League Defensive Player of the ... More

Tyler Is Another In a Proud Line of Bushnell Finalists

BY JAY GREENBERG Beyond an undefeated season and three Ivy titles, another way of measuring the success of the Princeton program in the decade about to close is 10 nominations for the Asa S. Bushnell Cup in 10 years. The latest to become a finalist, in this case for the defensive player of the year award, is lineba... More