CollegeAfter Two Straight Losses, Cornell A Welcome Sight For Princeton Tigers by Stephen Ur October 29, 2015 The Princeton Tigers will host the Cornell Big Red on Halloween. The kickoff for this game is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. ET. This is the first home game for the Tigers since they hosted Colgate University on Oct. 10.Princeton is coming off of a 42-7 loss to their Ivy League rival Harvard. Cornell is coming off yet another loss, this one to Brown University.Both schools are coming off losses in which they lost by a combined score of 86-27. Princeton lost 42-7 to Harvard, and Cornell lost 42-20 to Brown in a game in which they gave up four rushing touchdowns to junior tailback Johnny Pena.Despite the fact that both teams are coming off ugly losses, Cornell has been done nothing but lose all season, as they are currently winless at 0-6. Princeton now sits at a record of 4-2, with two consecutive losses after their 4-0 start.Princeton will look to bounce back from the two straight losses while Cornell will look to pull off the upset at Princeton Stadium and earn their first win of the season.In their meeting last season, Princeton beat Cornell by a score of 38-27. Receiver Connor Kelly caught 13 passes for 147 yards and two touchdowns in the win. This was the first time that any Princeton football player caught 13+ passes in a single game since Nov. 15, 1983, when Derek Graham caught 15 passes in a game against Lafayette. The Tigers also recorded four sacks in the last meeting, one by four different players, as well as 10 tackles for loss.This season, Princeton’s four wins have come by an average margin of victory of 19 points per game. In their two losses, they’ve lost by an average of 21 points per game. In their six losses, Cornell has lost by an average of 16.8 points per game, including losses of 40-3, 31-6 and 44-20 in their last their three games.Prediction: Princeton win this game by three or four touchdowns. Post Views: 1,166The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest PostsStephen UrStephen is the Football Editor at DoubleGSports.comLatest posts by Stephen Ur (see all) Darnold is the issue with Jets, not Gase - November 13, 2019 Jersey Flight Join National Arena League for 2020 Season - October 25, 2019 Jersey Flight: 2019 Season in Review - June 11, 2019 New York Jets Defeated by Miami Dolphins, 20-12 - September 16, 2018 Related TopicsCornellIvy LeaguePrinceton Click to comment You must be logged in to post a comment Login Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Newsletter SubscriptionCan't Miss Posts! MetLife Stadium to host Army-Navy Game in 2021 by Kelly Lynn | posted on August 23, 2017 Women in Sports: NHL Network Host, Jackie Redmond by Nicholas Durst | posted on March 4, 2019 The Most Catastrophic Boat Trip Since the Titanic; the New York Giants by John Venezia | posted on October 4, 2020 Women in Sports: Ariel Epstein, On-Air Host at SportsGrid (VIDEO) by Anthony Paradiso | posted on March 12, 2021 How Former NFL Scout and Coach Chris Landry Became an Entrepreneur and Sportscaster by Anthony Paradiso | posted on March 23, 2021More in College You Know I’m Right, Episode 107: New York Post’s Columnist Mike Vaccaro (Audio/Video)On the 107th episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by... Master P’s Son, Hercy, Commits to Tennessee StateMaster P’s son, Hercy Miller, is committing to Tennessee State to play basketball. While... EA Sports Plans to Revive College Football Video GameEA Sports announced that they plan on making college football video games again. The... UVM Women’s Basketball Team Quits 2020-2021 SeasonThe University of Vermont (UVM) women’s basketball will be ending their 2020-2021 season early... Penn Sweeps the Ivy League Honors after Defeating Yale Penn, Brown Both Looking to Extend Winning Streaks. Someone Has To Lose.