Although the score is tied up at 3-3, the Tigers have completely dominated the first half statistically. If it weren’t for the two costly turnovers – both inside the Yale 10-yard line – the Tigers would have clear control of this game. The Bulldogs have managed only 51 yards on 21 plays while Princeton has already gained over 182 yards. McLeod has been largely ineffective with only 36 yards on 13 carries but the blame has to go on the passing game. Polhemus hasn’t been able to take advantage of the single coverage on the wide receivers and is only 1-5 for 13 yards. If the Bulldogs want to get the running game going, they’re going to have to force the Tigers to respect the pass.