Hoping to remain in contention for the Ivy League title, Princeton closes the regular season with a key home matchup against Penn on Saturday.
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Penn vs Princeton Preview
Princeton enters the last week of the regular season coming off their first conference loss to Yale. The loss has dropped the Tigers to 5-1 in league play and currently has them in second place behind Yale, who is also 5-1.
Yale has another tough game this week as they take on a Harvard team that is 4-2 in conference play. If Princeton wants to win the conference they’ll need some help from Harvard, but first, they have to take care of business against Penn. The Quakers enter the last week of the regular season at 4-2 in league play. Penn actually beat Yale earlier this season 20-13. In a chaos scenario, a Penn win could give them a chance at a share of the league championship if Harvard upset Yale.
This season the Tigers’ offense has been led by quarterback Blake Stenstrom who has passed for 2,490 yards with 14 touchdowns and just four interceptions. The receiving core has been led by two dynamic receivers in Andrei Iosivas and Dylan Classi.
Iosivas has led the team with 64 receptions for 912 yards and six touchdowns, while Classi isn’t far behind with 53 catches for 807 yards and four touchdowns. Ryan Butler has been the teams …read more