PRINCETON, N.J. -- Collin Eaddy scored two touchdowns and accounted for 112 total yards to help lead No. 25 Princeton past Columbia 21-10 on Saturday.
Kevin Davidson threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Eaddy with 2:23 remaining in the first quarter to give Princeton (3-0, 1-0 Ivy League) a 7-3 lead.
Eaddy ran it in from 1-yard out with 6:23 left in the third quarter to cap an 11-play, 61-yard drive for a 14-10 Tigers lead. Ryan Quigley's 31-yard touchdown run with 9:24 to play ended the scoring.
Eaddy finished with 60 yards rushing and 52 yards receiving and Davidson threw for 271 yards. Princeton outgained Columbia 378-232 in total yards. The Tigers held the Lions to 35 yards rushing on 32 carries while pushing their winning streak to 13.
Bean led Columbia with 187 yards passing.
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