Lafayette vs. Princeton Live Stream – Watch Online Here

    Lafayette vs. Princeton live stream. Watch the matchup between the Leopards and Tigers online via Campus Insiders this Saturday at 5 p.m. ET.

    September 16, 2016


    Lafayette vs. Princeton live stream. Watch the matchup between the Leopards and Tigers online via Campus Insiders this Saturday at 5 p.m. ET.


    The Princeton Tigers will host the Lafayette Leopards at Princeton University Stadium on Saturday afternoon. 

    Bob Surace, who has been the Tigers’ head coach since the 2010 season, is coming off of a 5-5 campaign that featured a ton of offense. Much of that unit has returned.

    Meanwhile, the Leopards are led by Frank Tavani, who is in his 17th year at the school. Lafayette is 1-1 on the young season, with a win over Central Connecticut State in the opener and a loss last week to Delaware.

    The Leopards’ non-league schedule this year, which also features Villanova and Army, is possibly the toughest among Patriot League teams.

    Below is everything you need to know about the Lafayette vs. Princeton live stream and broadcast, as well as game notes.

    Lafayette vs. Princeton Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

    • Venue: Princeton University Stadium, Princeton, New Jersey
    • Date: Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016
    • Kickoff Time: 5 p.m. ET
    • Lafayette vs. Princeton Live Stream: Campus Insiders 

    Lafayette Game Notes

    • Drew Reed passed for 316 yards with three touchdowns (all to Matt Mrazek, with two coming in the fourth quarter) as Lafayette rallied to defeat Central Connecticut State 24-10 in the season opener.
    • The Leopards gave Delaware a fight last week. Jacob Bissell kicked field goals of 27 and 20 yards to help give Lafayette a 6-3 lead before Delaware grabbed its first lead of the game with 49 seconds left in the third period.
    • Lafayette already equalled its win total from last season.

    Princeton Game Notes

    • Last year at Fisher Stadium, Princeton rolled to a 40-7 win over Lafayette, piling up 308 rushing yards and 573 total yards. Lafayette recorded its only score on a 50-yard pass with five minutes left in the game.
    • The Tigers have beaten the Leopards eight straight times and 43 out of their last 47 meetings. The last loss was in 1982 at Princeton Stadium.
    • The Tigers were second in the Ivy League last year in total offense at 413.6 yards per game.


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