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Wornham, Culbreath to lead offense
09-16-2010 09:38 PM
After averaging a league-low 12.9 points per game in 2009, the football team is ready to pick up the pace. A new coaching staff brings with it a fresh, high-octane offensive system that the Tigers hope will lead to an improvement on last year’s 4-6 record.
“The most different thing from last year is the pace we’re playing at,” junior quarterback Tommy Wornham said. “[The new coaches] have been preaching fast and physical, and it really is a no-huddle operation that is very fast.”
The Tigers opened last year with a 1-5 record and averaged fewer than 10 points per game in that span, including a shutout loss to Columbia in their Ivy League opener. But Princeton closed the 2009 campaign with its two highest-scoring games of the year: a 24-17 home victory over Yale and a 23-11 win at Dartmouth.
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