October 6, 2013 Sports » Bob Surace » Caraun Reid Football: Princeton def. Columbia 53-7 By Conor Dube • October 6, 2013 Twitter Email Share The Daily Princetonian’s Associate Photography Editor Conor Dube chronicled Princeton Football’s 53-7 victory over Columbia on Saturday, October 5. Junior quarterback Quinn Epperly ran for two touchdowns in Princeton's 53-7 victory over Columbia. Princeton's defense dominated Columbia, combining for four sacks and holding the Lions to just five first downs. Senior receiver Roman Wilson had nine catches for 144 yards, including three touchdown grabs. Dre Nelson, a sophomore running back from Atlanta, Georgia, contributed 98 rushing yards and a touchdown. Fourth year head coach Bob Surace reacts with indignation at a call during Princeton's victory over Columbia Saturday. Senior defensive lineman Caraun Reed recorded one of Princeton's four sacks. Princeton's offense battled hard, averaging 6.8 yards per play for a total of 629 offensive yards. Senior receiver Roman Wilson (3) enjoys a relaxed moment on the sidelines at the end of the game. Junior Garrit Leicht recorded six tackles before leaving the game with an injury. Wide receiver Matt Costello hauls in a 39 yard completion from Quinn Epperly. Dre Nelson cuts during his touchdown run five minutes into the fourth quarter. The score was Princeton's final touchdown. Sophomore backup quarterback Kedric Bostic contributed late in the game after an earlier injury to Connor Michelsen. The team salutes during the Princeton University Band's playing of Old Nassau.