After forcing the Tigers to punt awayon their first possession, Penn marched down the field and into the end zone for an early 7-0 lead. Clarke Armatis received a 25-yard pass from Busler for the score. With another stop on defense, Penn quickly made it 13-0 on Bagnoli's 36-yard rushing touchdown.
Senior linebacker Michael McMullen forced and recovered Princeton's fumble onthe Tigers'8-yard line and ran it in for the score, giving the Quakers a 19-0 first quarter lead.
The Tigers managed to get on the board for the first time this season on a 1-yard run by quarterback Ned Moffat. It also marked the first touchdown Princeton has scored since Oct. 10, 2008.
Bagnoli rushed for two more touchdowns in the second quarter -- the second after a drive started on Whit Shaw's interception. The Quakers took a 33-7 lead into halftime.
Shaw tallied the Quakers' sixth touchdown of the game, receiving a four yard pass from Busler just over a minute into the third quarter.
In the fourth, junior receiver Dave Hubsher ran a 35-yard pass from Busler into the end zone, Raiam Santos kicked a field goal after an interception by Ted Rawlings, and Colin Dampier rushed 12 yards to cap the score at 57-7.
The Red and Blue boasted a perfect 5-5 in the red zone and a 548-183 advantage in total offensive yards in the win. Penn's defense made three sacks, forced the Tigers into two interceptions and a fumble, as well as stopped Princeton's three fourth down conversion attempts.
Although the Quakers only needed to punt twice, Santos averaged 53 yards including a 66 yard punt.
Penn returns to action next Friday when they host Mansfield at 7 p.m. on Franklin Field.
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