The Princeton sprint football will wrap up the 2012 campaign
this Friday, Nov. 2 at Penn (2-5, 1-4 CSFL) in Philadelphia. Kick off is
scheduled for 7 p.m. on Franklin Field.
The Tigers (0-6, 0-5 CSFL) are coming off a bye week and
will look to snap their season-long losing skid versus the Quakers. Prior to
the bye, Princeton suffered its worst defeat of the year to Army, 59-0, on Oct.
On the year, quarterbacks Joseph Bush and Jaison Zachariah
have split time taking snaps. The duo has seven combined touchdowns, seeing
Ross Cadman as their primary target. Cadman leads the Princeton receivers with
three touchdowns, while fellow Nicolas Lulli and John Wolfe follow with two
apiece. On the ground, Sean Conrad leads the rushing attack with two touchdowns
and is averaging 4.7 yards per carry.
Penn enters Friday's meeting riding a three-game losing
skid. The Quakers most recently fell 44-10 to Navy on Oct. 26. The squad's two
wins on the year came versus Franklin Pierce, 24-20, and Mansfield, 16-13.