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Princeton Tigers (5-5)


Sat. 9/17 Sat. 9/24 Sat. 10/1 Sat. 10/8 Sat. 10/15
vs. Laf
TBA
vs. Lehigh
TBA
@ Colum
TBA
@ GTown
TBA
@ Brown
TBA

Priore, Penn crash Harvard and Dartmouth's championship party

(STATS) - The Ivy League was supposed to be a two-horse race between Harvard and Dartmouth, but a rookie coach and a band of plucky Quakers turned it into a three-way finish.

With long-time assistant Ray Priore at the helm following Al Bagnoli's move to Columbia, Penn was expected to undergo a transition. Calling it a "transition" after a 1-3 start would've been kind, especially because the Quakers gave up the first 27 points in a 41-20 home loss to Dartmouth in their Ivy opener Oct. 3.

They responded by going unbeaten in league play the rest of the way, making Priore the first coach other than Bagnoli to lead them to a title since Ed Zubrow in 1988.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: C. Kanoff2295
Passing TDs: C. Kanoff8
Rushing Yards: J. Rhattigan612
Rushing TDs: J. Lovett9
Receiving Yards: I. Barnes466
Receiving TDs: S. Carpenter3
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2016
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/17 vs. Lafayette TBA
9/24 vs. Lehigh TBA
10/1 at Columbia TBA
10/8 at Georgetown TBA
10/15 at Brown TBA
10/22 vs. Harvard TBA
10/29 at Cornell TBA
11/5 vs. Penn TBA
11/12 at Yale TBA
11/19 vs. Dartmouth TBA
Ivy League
  Conference Overall
20 Harvard 6-1 9-1
23 Dartmouth 6-1 9-1
Pennsylvania 6-1 7-3
Yale 3-4 6-4
Brown 3-4 5-5
Princeton 2-5 5-5
Cornell 1-6 1-9
Columbia 1-6 2-8
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4136 (60)
Passing Yards: 2463 (55)
Rushing Yards: 1673 (65)
Points per game: 29.2 (43)
Yards per game: 413.6 (37)
Touchdowns: 35 (58)
Field Goals: 12 (32)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4302 (62)
Passing Yards: 2699 (105)
Rushing Yards: 1603 (35)
Points per game: 23.7 (46)
Yards per game: 430.2 (94)
Touchdowns: 28 (24)
Field Goals: 9 (49)
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