Tag: John Lovett

Physical Battle of FCS Unbeatens Ends With Princeton Topping Dartmouth 14-9

The word that stands out after watching Princeton out-grind Dartmouth here at Princeton Stadium is “meat”. It was a game a lineman could love – a constant struggle in the trenches between offensive and defensive lines a day when the guys with the numerals in the 60s were the true stars. Sure, it would be […]

Unbeaten Dartmouth Faces Unbeaten Princeton In A Game That Should, But Doesn’t, Have FCS Playoff Implications

When 7-0 Dartmouth faces off against 7-0 Princeton in New Jersey this weekend, it will be the latest day that two undefeated Ivy League teams have faced off since 2001. It’s unquestionably a huge game, filled with Lambert Cup implications (a trophy which is awarded to the best FCS teams in the East) and Ivy […]

Lehigh Unable To Slow Down Princeton Football Machine, Lose 66-7

The Lehigh football team lost to the Princeton football team 66-7 at Powers Field in Princeton, New Jersey. The Mountain Hawk defense yielded 773 yards of offense to the Tigers – a Princeton record – allowing starting QB John Lovett to rush for 111 yards and pass for 288 more, making him responsible for 4 […]

College Sports Journal FCS Football Players of the Week-Oct 1st

Princeton QB John Lovett, Monmouth WR Reggie White, Jr., Jacksonville State QB Zerrick Cooper, Montana LB Dante Olson, and North Dakota State P Garret Wegner have been selected as the College Sports Journal FCS Football Players of the week ending Oct. 1st 2018. The honorees are listed here with their achievements and their school, position, […]