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Sports : Princeton Football Moves Into 2013 With Young Talent
Posted by Tom on 2013/8/27 20:00:00 (401 reads) News by the same author

The Princeton Tigers have greater numbers, and a hoping with improved depth, to have a better football season in 2013, compared to their 5-6 record from a season ago.

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In 2012, Princeton was able to win a district quarterfinal game, before bowing out of the state playoffs in the semifinal round at unbeaten Milan. This season, the biggest challenge for the Tigers offense is replacing the large amount of yardage gained by graduated quarterback Colton Hartley. Here is head coach John Goodin:

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Defensively, the Tigers are hopeful that more depth means greater on-the-field results:

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Injuries forced the 2012 Tigers into the unfamiliar role of being a pass-happy offense. With better health so far this year, Coach Goodin is looking to get back to the traditional Princeton offense, based on strong line play and running the football:

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Princeton opens the football season on Friday night at Milan. Dennis Stephenson will have the play-by-play call of the 7:00 game on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com. Football Frenzy begins coverage at 6 o'clock, with pregame interviews with Coach Goodin and Coach Dabney between 6:30 and 7:00.

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