Princeton Chaotic Attack Leads League in Offense

Princeton Chaotic Attack Leads League in Offense Play

Nov. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Dre Nelson, a running back for the Princeton University Tigers, talks with reporters about the football team's 59-23 win over Yale University last week and his 42-yard touchdown run for Princeton's first score. Princeton's offense, which leads the Ivy League in points, yards and first downs, has gradually opened its playbook in the last four years under head coach Bob Surace and offensive coordinator James Perry, a former Brown University quarterback. The team sometimes plays with three quarterbacks on the field. (Source: Bloomberg)

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