You Can’t Help But Lovett

BY JAY GREENBERG Why do they still insist on calling it the Red Zone? Ever since the Princeton program turned in 2012, the third season of the Bob Surace era, the Tigers have made touchdowns on 70 percent of their trips there. We mean, it’s not even a yellow zone, more like the O-zone, only no change in the ... More

Haunted House? Schoellkopf Has Been Scary For Tiger Football Over The Years

Published on | Read the full article here October 25, 2016 OTHER LINKS: The Jack Guthrie Story l Kurt Holuba Wins Defensive Player of the Week It's only fitting that the Princeton-Cornell rivarly annually plays out during Week 7 of the Ivy season, typically the closest date to Halloween. ... More

Monday Notes/Highlights: Holuba Earns Defensive Player Of The Week, Lovett Keeps Pace

Published on | Read the full article here October 24, 2016 WATCH THE JACK GUTHRIE/I MUA FEATURE HERE Here are the Week 6 Monday Notes following the 23-20 overtime loss to Harvard: • You can watch the Monday Rewind highlight package here. • Junior Kurt Holuba earned Ivy League ... More

The Proof Will Be After Four More Weeks

BY JAY GREENBERG Bob Surace won’t say his Tigers should have beaten Harvard Saturday. Nevertheless, he tossed and turned into Sunday morning pondering the multitude of ways that they could have. “I don’t feel like we screwed up,” said the coach after looking at the video.  “But there is disappointment when ... More

Tigers Suffer Heartbreak in Overtime, 23-20

BY JAY GREENBERG All day long Princeton kept Joe Viviano in the pocket and made the Harvard quarterback beat them with his arm rather than his legs. Into overtime, he had yet to do it. A pass rush led by a relentless Kurt Holuba, backed up sure-handed tackling by Luke Catarius and interceptions by Rohan Hylton, Sam ... More

What Princeton Must Do To Defeat Harvard

BY JAY GREENBERG 1) Go long Crimson has been burned on big plays against Cornell and Holy Cross. If there is any window, this would be it.   2) Go deep Harvard shuffles a lot of players, each hardly worse than the last one. The Tiger offensive line has been forced to shuffle players this year; otherwise ... More

Nobody Understands The Depth of These Feelings like Dorian

BY JAY GREENBERG A seven-game league schedule rarely offers forgiveness for any loss, which is why Bob Surace’s story never changes: Every week Princeton plays its No. 1 rival.  The Tigers beat Harvard in both of their last two championship seasons and then suffered losses at Cornell (2006) and Dartmouth (2013) that ... More

The 2006 Championship Team’s Winning Trends

By: Rebeccah Barger The 1995 Princeton Tigers swept the Ivy league for a championship title 8-1-1. Just over a decade later, as the Class of 2007 team geared up to begin preseason, the legacy was still hanging over them. Princeton football had seen losing records for the majority of the past decade. It was said the team ... More


BY JAY GREENBERG Stas Maliszewski and Paul Savidge, probably the best combination of interior defensive linemen in the East, had graduated. So had Ron Landeck, who had broken the all-time single-season Ivy League yardage record; Charlie Gogolak, a kicker so good he went sixth overall to Washington in the NFL draft; and ... More

Tigers Strike Fast, Bomb Brown 31-7 by Jay Greenberg

Tigers Strike Fast, Bomb Brown 31-7 BY JAY GREENBERG   There are no wins like late wins. The two signature victories of the Surace era against Harvard in 2012 and 2013 were among the most memorable and exhilarating in the 147-year history of Princeton football.  The reason for that, however, is there are no ... More