PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Kevin Davidson threw for five touchdowns as Princeton rolled to a 65-22 win over Brown on Saturday.
It was the No. 17 Tigers' 15th straight win and the most points ever scored against Brown.
With just one exception, Princeton scored on every drive in the first half starting with Tavish Rice's 24-yard field goal midway through the first quarter. Ryan Quigley ran for three touchdowns, Zachary Keller ran for another, and Davidson had three scoring throws, two to Birmelin and one to Sam Johnson to take a 51-19 advantage into halftime.
The only time in the first half a Princeton drive failed to turn up points was when a Davidson pass was intercepted early in the second quarter.
Princeton outgained Brown 634 to 400 yards. The Tigers defense forced three Brown turnovers.
EJ Perry threw for 296 yards and two touchdowns for the Bears (1-4, 0-2).
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