The college football season is in full swing as we head into Week 3, but Ivy League teams are just now making their season debuts. One such team is Princeton, who will travel down to Deland, Florida to take on Stetson on Saturday.
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Princeton vs Stetson Preview
Stetson is off to a 2-0 start this season as they notched wins over Concordia and Louisiana Christian. The Hatters’ offense is averaging 34.5 points per game, while the defense is allowing just 14 points per contest.
The Stetson offense is led by quarterback Brady Meitz who has passed for 794 yards through two games. He has also passed for four touchdowns and two interceptions so far.
Meitz’s favorite target so far this season has been wide receiver Nazeviah Burris who has hauled in 14 passes for 232 yards and a touchdown so far this season. Quinton Lane has also gotten off to a hot start with 11 catches for 237 yards and two touchdowns.
Stetson has also rushed for 221 yards through two games this season with Kaderris Roberts leading the way with 113 yards and a touchdown. Jalen Leary has also contributed 92 yards and two touchdowns.
On defense, the Hatters have been stout this season as they have forced six turnovers through two games. Davion Maxwell leads the team in tackles with 15 and has forced a fumble so far.
In the secondary Rassie Littlejohn leads the way with two interceptions and eight tackles. Along the defensive front, Stetson has recorded four …read more