Where to Find Princeton vs Stetson Football in 2022

Where to Find Princeton vs Stetson Football in 2022 ...

As we enter Week 3, the college football season is in full swing, but Ivy League teams are just making their debuts this year. Princeton, for example, will travel to Deland, Florida, to face Stetson on Saturday.

The game (at the start of the ET) will not be available on television, but anyone in the United States can watch Princeton against Stetson live on ESPN+ right here:

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Princeton vs Stetson Preview

Stetson is off to a 2-0 start this season, with victories over Concordia and Louisiana Christian. The Hatters' offense is averaging 34.5 points per game, while the defense is just 14 points.

Brady Meitz, a quarterback, has rushed for 794 yards in two games. He has also passed for four touchdowns and two interceptions so far.

So far this season, Meitzs' favorite target has been wide receiver Nazeviah Burris, who has completed 14 passes for 232 yards and a touchdown. Quinton Lane has also had a good start with 11 catches for 237 yards and two touchdowns.

Kaderris Roberts leads the way with 113 yards and a touchdown, while Jalen Leary has also contributed 92 yards and two touchdowns.

The Hatters have been stout on the defense this season, having forced six turnovers through two games. Davion Maxwell leads the team in tackles with 15, forcing a fumble.

Rassie Littlejohn leads the way with two interceptions and eight tackles in the secondary. Along the defensive line, Stetson has recorded four sacks by four players this season.

Princeton is attempting to do something they haven't done since 1964, become Ivy League champions. Despite losing several key players, the team does return six All-Ivy League players from last season.

For the fifth season in a row, the Tigers will have a new quarterback. Despite being pushed by Blaine McAllister and Joe Hutchinson during camp, Blake Stenstrom is expected to start.

Princeton is expected to have depth at running back with John Volker, JaDerris Carr, and Davis Kline all seeing time last season.

Andrei Iosivas and Dylan Classi return to the Tigers, who were both second-team All-Ivy performers last season. At the tight end, Carson Bobo is also back on the field.

The Princeton defense has some remaining questions to answer. They only have one player in their secondary, and the team has lost defensive lineman Sam Wright, who led the league in sacks.

Uche Ndukwe, a second-team performer, is back in charge of the Tigers' defense.