2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
8-2, 3rd in Ivy
Highlights: Princeton 28, Penn 7 - Via Ivy League (1:09)
16d
Highlights: Yale 51, Princeton 14 - Via Ivy League (0:00)
23d
Highlights: Dartmouth 27, Princeton, 10 - Via Ivy League (1:57)
30d
Highlights: Princeton 21, Cornell 7 - Via Ivy League (2:10)
38d
Highlights: Princeton 30, Harvard 24 - Via Ivy League (1:40)
44d
Highlights: Princeton 65, Brown 22 - Via Ivy League (1:31)
51d
150 Years of Princeton Football: The Winged Helmet - Via Ivy League (2:07)
53d
150 Years of Princeton Football: Shaping the Game - Via Ivy League (2:54)
62d
Highlights: Princeton 21, Columbia 10 - Via Ivy League (1:26)
65d
Ivy League Media Day: Sights and Sounds - Via Ivy League (1:00)
115d
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116dESPN Stats & Information

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

As Princeton loses Sean Gleeson to Oklahoma State, I'm hearing Andrew Aurich, Princeton's offensive line coach and run game coordinator, is expected to be promoted to the OC role. The former Princeton lineman is serving his second stint with his alma mater, after one year with Greg Schiano on the Tampa Bay Bucs staff in 2012.

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Oklahoma St. hires Princeton's Gleeson as OC

Sean Gleeson, who coordinated a Princeton offense that set an Ivy League record with 470 points this past season, has been hired as Oklahoma State's new offensive coordinator.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy continues his trend of bold offensive coordinator hires by selecting Princeton's Sean Gleeson to oversee the Cowboys offense and quarterbacks. Gleeson follows Mike Yurcich, who came to Oklahoma State from Division II Shippensburg and had great success. North Texas OC Graham Harrell was another option for Gundy but could be headed to USC. Last fall, Princeton led the FCS in scoring with 47 points per game.