Unanimous Lovett Among 12 All-Ivy Tigers

BY JAY GREENBERG With a school record 20 rushing touchdowns, 10 passing and one receiving, it wouldn’t seem like John Lovett could possibly have done any more for the 2016 Ivy League champions. The league coaches agreed, making Lovett one of four unanimous choices for first team All-Ivy, as announced Tuesday. L... More

Monday Championship Notes: Lovett Earns Fourth Weekly Honor, Shares Poe-Kazmaier Award With Holuba

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here Here are the Monday Notes — a championship edition — following Princeton's 38-17 win over Dartmouth. • Here are the highlights and post-game press conference from the win over Dartmouth. • Princeton made its debut in the Athlon Sports FCS Power ... More

IVY LEAGUE CHAMPIONS! Football Team Rallies For 38-21 Win, 11th Ivy Title; Lovett Sets Rush TD Mark

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here They believed, when nobody else did. They believed when the media picked them to finish fifth. They believed after they lost a heartbreaking overtime game. They believed when they trailed at halftime against a team that nobody in that locker room had ... More

Offenses Saw Stars Because The Tigers Had Them on Defense

BY JAY GREENBERG In 32 seasons Steve Verbit has coached his share of smothering defense, sending Mike Catapano and Caraun Reid to the NFL, having a hand in preparing units that produced six Ivy League championships. Verbit says the 2016 D probably had more difference makers than any of those five predecessors. “All ... More

Football Friday: Coach Of The Year Finalist Bob Surace Previews Potential Championship Showdown

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here Being named a finalist for 2016 FCS Coach of the Year for the third time in five years was a nice honor for Princeton head coach Bob Surace, but it would pale in comparison to sharing the joy of a championship locker room for the second time in four ... More

Princeton Finally Beats Dartmouth in the End, 38-21, Finish a Championship Season

BY JAY GREENBERG Even if the Tigers and Penn Quakers want to stuff flags in their pockets and play it off in a parking lot somewhere, these two teams will forever and officially be the 2016 Ivy Co-Champions. But Dorian Williams will know better. “Not to be arrogant, but absolutely I do feel we are the best team in ... More

What Princeton Must Do To Defeat Dartmouth

BY JAY GREENBERG 1) Start Well. Tiger focus has been nearly perfect over the last three weeks but this is the game of a lot of players’ lives and there are going to be some nerves. An early lead always calms the jitters. The Big Green, forced to play catch-up repeatedly, has outscored teams 71-9 in fourth quarters. ... More

Nov. 17 TigerCast (ft. Rohan Hylton)

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here | Listen to the Podcast here Two teams competing for league championships at home this weekend will be the focus of the Nov. 17 TigerCast. Linebacker Rohan Hylton looks to lead the football team to its 11th Ivy League title Saturday at 1:30, while men's ... More

They Will Play This Game As Long As They Live

BY JAY GREENBERG For the seniors, Saturday is the opportunity of their dreams. “It does not get better than this,” said defensive end Brannon Jones. “To have a chance to play for the championship, at home, against a good Dartmouth team that you haven’t beaten, we could not ask for any more.” These guys ... More

Bob Surace Named FCS Coach Of The Year Finalist For The Third Time In The Last Six Years

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here Bob Surace '90, the Charles W. Caldwell Head Coach of Football, has been named one of 15 finalists for the Eddie Robinson Award, which honors the FCS Coach of the Year. Surace has guided a Princeton team projected to finish fifth in the Ivy preseason ... More