Things Continue to Go Swimmingly for the Tigers, Drowning Cornell 66-0

BY JAY GREENBERG Neither rain, wind, heat from Dartmouth also going to 7-0, nor the gloom from the remnants of Hurricane Willa stayed the Princeton couriers from their appointed rounds on Saturday. Well, to be absolutely accurate, there were two drops and a punt on the first Princeton series that, for about a ... More

WHAT PRINCETON MUST DO TO DEFEAT CORNELL

BY JAY GREENBERG 1) Contain Harold Coles. Cornell running bull is averaging 6.1 runs per rush. “He has broken a lot of runs where the line got him three, four or five and he turned them into 15, 20, and more,” said Bob Surace. Princeton tackling has been excellent, can’t suffer a bad week. 2) Read ... More

SENIOR FEATURE: CHARLIE VOLKER – GOALS ACHIEVED, GARDEN STATE PROUD

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here Somewhere in the Volker household, there is a small whiteboard that shows its age. It was once the spot where Charlie Volker would write down workouts for the brand new weight room in his new house.At the bottom of the whiteboard, Volker ... More

The Not-So Silent Assassins

BY JAY GREENBERG Turns out, talk isn’t cheap.  Not at all. Princeton has to walk the walk–a 3-week gauntlet of teams still in the Ivy championship race beginning Saturday against Cornell–so we’re not just spewing trash here, certainly not on an official university website. The Tigers have ... More

#17 PRINCETON PUTS PERFECT MARK ON LINE VS. IMPRESSIVE CORNELL SQUAD; ALL KIDS 12 AND UNDER GET IN FREE

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here All was well heading into this exact game last season, a Week 7 home showdown with Cornell. Princeton had come off back-to-back-to-back 50-point outbursts, including a stunning Friday night rout of Harvard on national TV. The Tigers were 5-1, and ... More

Steady As Johnny Goes

BY JAY GREENBERG An attacking Harvard defense and a windy day did no favors to John Lovett’s accuracy numbers on Saturday, as he was under 50 percent (15-for-31) and threw for only one touchdown. But behind the statistics and damn lies was one unassailable truth: Princeton 29, Harvard 21, to stay unbeaten in ... More

#18 Princeton Grinds Out Road Thriller, Moves To 6-0 With 29-21 Win At Harvard

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here They don't all get to be blowouts, and Princeton knew it. The 2018 Tigers knew the path to an Ivy League championship would have obstacles, and they suspected the first one could be in Boston. They were right, and that makes this one all the more ... More

Tigers Show Their Mettle with 29-21 Win at Harvard

BY JAY GREENBERG BOSTON – It was coming. Almost as certain as Jesper Horsted is sure to come down with a ball, undefeated Princeton was not going to continue to go untested. What better place for a reckoning than Harvard Stadium, one of their ancient haunts? This time, for the longest time, it did not ... More

WHAT PRINCETON MUST DO TO DEFEAT HARVARD

BY JAY GREENBERG 1) Keep eyes right and lane integrity. Absence of Tiger killer Justice Shelton-Mosley, who is out for the year, hardly removes all of Harvard’s big play capabilities. Adam Scott, Henry Taylor, Tyler Adams, James Cook and James Batch have 29-yard plus receptions and Aaron Shampklin, Devin ... More

Legs Like Tyler’s Have Been Welcomed Back with Open Arms

BY JAY GREENBERG By Week Eight in 2017, the Princeton defensive coaches were playing chess with too many rooks and not enough knights. Even Boris Spassky couldn’t win like that but now they have two boards worth of pieces and can maneuver from strength, which is how you get to be 5-0 and second in the FCS in ... More