PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) -- Jeff Terrell threw two second-half
touchdown passes and Princeton held Brown's explosive offense to
just 157 total yards as the Tigers posted a 17-3 victory on Friday
Terrell completed 17-of-27 passes for 185 yards and rushed for
57 yards. He also put Princeton (5-0, 2-0 in Ivy League) ahead for
good in the third quarter when he capped a seven-play, 57-yard
drive by hitting Rob Toresco with an 18-yard touchdown pass.
Brown's Brandon Markey then returned the subsequent kickoff for
an apparent touchdown, but it was a called back due to an illegal
block. The Bears (1-4, 0-2) then went three-and-out and, after a
short punt, Princeton scored again two plays later when Brendan
Circle grabbed a short pass and ran it in for a 40-yard touchdown.
Conner Louden added a 28-yard field goal for Princeton, while
Brown's only points came on Steve Morgan's 45-yard field goal.
Brown entered the game averaging 380.2 yards on offense and
quarterback Joe DiGiacomo was ranked fourth in Division I-AA in
passing, but Princeton recorded seven sacks, limited Brown to 116
passing yards and held the Bears to their lowest point total since
they were shut out by Yale on opening day of the 1996 season.