Published on | Read the full article here Princeton football fans are invited to join head coach Bob Surace at The Alchemist & Barrister in Princeton (28 Witherspoon St.) each Thursday evening during the 2018 season for The Bob SuraceShow, airing live from 7-8 p.m. on Fox Sports ... More

Back to Back to Back Support

BY JAY GREENBERG If these guys weren’t supposed to have their teammates’ backs, they wouldn’t be called linebackers. Of course, with Tiger pass rusher after pass rusher and run stopper after run stopper returning for the 2018 season, there is the possibility that Thomas (Tom) Johnson, who had 95 tackles a ... More

Two Princeton Football Games To Air On NBC Sports Philadelphia

Published on | Read the full article here Princeton Athletics and NBC Sports Philadelphia have announced an agreement for the 2018 football season that will see a pair of Princeton games aired on the network this fall. Princeton's game vs. Lehigh (Oct. 6) will be broadcast on NBC Sports ... More

What Didn’t Kill Valerie Percival Made Joe Stronger

By JAY GREENBERG Nine defensive linemen that Princeton had lost before the end of the 2017 season are back and happier than ever to be on the field. Can anyone ever fully appreciate their gifts until they are taken from them? The surgeons promised Kurt Holuba, Jake Strain and Matt Hampson that they could come ... More


Published on | Read the full article here Welcome to a new weekly video series from Princeton Athletics called "Beyond The Stripes," which will take you past the results and tell you the stories of our student-athletes. These features will air weekly on both social media and GoPrincetonTigers... More

It’s a Tight Squeeze for Catches

BY JAY GREENBERG Pending any Princeton application for 120-minute games or the use of three footballs on the same play, opportunities for the tight end in 2018 appear to be, at first glance, a fit inside a tight window. It is always with the best intentions that every year at this time we approach Bob Surace ... More

They Do Use Their Hands… To Pass The Torch

BY JAY GREENBERG It is a great irony that the football positions probably least talked about put the most demands upon communication. Toughness, of course, is an offensive lineman’s prerequisite, but silent types should not apply. When Charlie Volker walks the walk, untouched across the goalline from the five-yard ... More

Rice Figures to be a Staple Again

BY JAY GREENBERG In the next life, the football gods will have a full explanation for us as to why they spared the Princeton offense of the injury devastation suffered by the defense and special teams in 2017. For now, we can only speculate. Ten Tiger defensive linemen, including All-American candidate Kurt ... More

Princeton Picked Second In 2018 Preseason Poll; Tigers To Face Top-Ranked Rivals On The Road

Published on | Read the full article here The Princeton football team was picked to finish second in the 2018 Ivy League preseason media poll, which was announced Monday afternoon by the league office. While defending champion Yale earned the top spot in the poll, an impressive five teams ... More


Published on | Read the full article here Twenty-five years separated the historic seasons for Princetonians Jason Garrett '89 and Caraun Reid '14. The current separation will be far less great between the two, as Reid signed a contract with the Dallas Cowboys, where he will play for Garrett, ... More