After 15 minutes of play, Hart’s 5-yard touchdown pass is all the scoring so far. The Bulldogs take a 7-0 lead in the second quarter and the Tigers will look to continue on a potentially good drive. The Tigers will face a 2nd and 12 on their own 41-yard line.
On a fourth and two on the Tiger 26-yard line, the Eli coaching staff decided to go for it and hand the ball off to McLeod for the first down. McLeod never could get his legs under him in the slippery conditions, however, and fell a yard short. The Tiger offense will be back at »
On both sides of the ball, the Bulldogs are having their way with Princeton. The defense forced a three and out on the Tigers’ second drive and the offense is moving the ball well. Tailback Mike McLeod has run the ball well and Hart has found open receivers with frequency thus far.
The Bulldogs weren’t willing to let this opportunity slip by and put the first points on the board with a 5-yard touchdown pass from Brook Hart to Jordan Forney. The 5-play, 24-yard drive lasted just over two minutes. It looks like the Eli offense is continuing where it left off last week — but this »
On the game’s second play, Tiger quarterback Brian Anderson’s option pitch wasn’t handled by running back Jordan Culbreath and the Elis were able to pounce on the pigskin. This is exactly what the defense needs to do and has done all season — force turnovers and give the Bulldog offense a chance. We’ll see if »