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Princeton University
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FINAL PUSH: Princeton ..., 19 Nov 2014 [cached]
FINAL PUSH: Princeton University senior quarterback Quinn Epperly gets ready to fire the ball in recent action. Last Saturday, Epperly rushed for three touchdowns in a losing cause as Princeton fell 44-30 at Yale. The defeat dropped the Tigers to 5-4 overall and 4-2 Ivy League, thereby extinguishing their hopes for a second straight Ivy title with Harvard leading the pack at 9-0 overall, 6-0 Ivy followed by Yale (8-1 overall, 5-1 Ivy) and Dartmouth (7-2 overall, 5-1 Ivy) as the teams head into the last week of the season. Princeton hosts Dartmouth on November 22 in its season finale.(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)
FINAL PUSH: Princeton University senior quarterback Quinn Epperly gets ready to fire the ball in recent action. Last Saturday, Epperly rushed for three touchdowns in a losing cause as Princeton fell 44-30 at Yale.
Princeton cashed in as Quinn Epperly scored on a 7-yard run to give Princeton a 14-7 advantage midway through the first quarter.
Princeton answered with an 11-play, 63-yard march that culminated with a one-yard touchdown run by Epperly.
After Epperly ran for his third TD of the day to narrow the gap to 37-27, Varga struck again with a six-yard run as Yale took its biggest lead of the day at 44-27.
"Seeing Quinn Epperly on Saturday was inspiring," said Surace.
Quinn Epperly, left, a ..., 7 Nov 2014 [cached]
Quinn Epperly, left, a third-grader at Cridersville Elementary School poses for a photo with another Quinn Epperly, a quarterback at Princeton University. The young Quinn Epperly and his mother, DeLynn, attended a Princeton football game in Princeton, N.J., last month. (Provided photo/DeLynn Epperly)
Yet, it happened recently for a local boy - Quinn Epperly - and the unusual coincidence sparked an arranged meeting at a football game in New Jersey last month.
Last fall Quinn's father, Jim, watching CNN on television saw the name Quinn Epperly featured for breaking an NCAA record by completing 29 consecutive passes, set in 2013 during a game against Cornell University.
"We were just really surprised because we thought we had chosen a name that was different or unique," said Quinn's mother, DeLynn. "When we saw another Quinn Epperly make national headlines, we were surprised."
(To avoid confusion, for the remainder of the article, local Quinn Epperly will be referred to as "Quinn", and Quinn Epperly, the Princeton quarterback, will be referred to as "Epperly.")
After seeing Epperly's name featured on television, DeLynn essentially prodded her son - who is a third-grader at Cridersville Elementary School - to reach out to the Princeton quarterback, so Quinn colored a picture and painted a football, sending those along with a school photo to Epperly at Princeton to congratulate him for setting the NCAA record.
In the mailing containing Quinn's things, his family requested Epperly to send something in return, such as an autographed photo or football.
For months the local family did not hear back from Epperly at Princeton.
Finally, in March of this year, a letter came back from the quarterback.
He explained how the mailing address DeLynn used was not the mailing address he normally collected mail from, apologizing for the bit of confusion.
Along with the letter, Epperly sent an autographed picture and a Princeton wristband.
Elsewhere in the letter from Epperly, he invited the locals to a future Princeton football game, saying he would ensure tickets would be saved for them.
After much thought, this past summer DeLynn contacted Epperly, indicating she planned to come to a game sometime this season.
DeLynn exchanged contact information with Epperly and his family, who are from Knoxville, Tenn.
Marking Quinn's first time flying in an airplane, the two traveled to Princeton, N.J., which is located about halfway between New York City and Philadelphia.
Epperly did not play in that game, however, as missing it with a turf toe injury.
During the game, Quinn and DeLynn sat with the quarterback's family - his mother, Kathy, and sister, Ashley.
In conversation, the two families determined they are related but they still aren't sure how, concluding the family tree is not quite complete in certain spots.
Also during the game, a Princeton staff member invited Quinn and DeLynn to be on the sidelines for the final two minutes.
When the game ended, Quinn was invited to go into the Princeton locker room, but he didn't want to leave his mother.
Instead, Epperly eventually emerged from the locker room and met with Quinn and DeLynn for about 15 minutes.
Almost three weeks later now, DeLynn said Quinn - who is on the autism spectrum - "doesn't understand the magnitude of what happened," but he sees photos from the trip after the fact and recognizes he is in them.
"My husband and I are both in education," DeLynn said. "I really looked at it as an opportunity for (Quinn) to do a lot of things he needs to work on."
Epperly went on to win the Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year award last year during his record-setting season.
This year the Tigers are 4-3 overall. Epperly, who has played in only five of the seven games, leads the team in rushing touchdowns with eight.
It is only fitting that players ... [cached]
It is only fitting that players from the teams sharing the 2013 Ivy League football title were the two sharing the stage at the famed Waldorf=Astoria Hotel as Princeton junior quarterback Quinn Epperly and Harvard junior defensive lineman Zach Hodges were named this year's recipients of the Asa S. Bushnell Cup.
The amazing season for Princeton junior quarterback Quinn Epperly continued on Tuesday as he was among three signal-callers added to the Walter Payton Award Watch List.
This week's guests are Princeton junior quarterback Quinn Epperly and former Penn star and current Tennessee Titan Brandon Copeland.
Junior quarterback Quinn ..., 18 Nov 2013 [cached]
Junior quarterback Quinn Epperly, a member of the Walter Payton Award Watch List as the FCS Player of the Year, earned his record-setting sixth Offensive Player of the Week honor.
Carter High quarterback values academics as well as football - The Knoxville Focus | The Knoxville Focus, 4 Oct 2014 [cached]
While former CAK quarterback Quinn Epperly was having a Heisman-like season at Princeton last season, Freeman had a record-setting year throwing the football around at Carter.
Epperly, who played his high school ball under Rusty Bradley at Christian Academy of Knoxville, will be a senior for the Princeton Tigers this season.
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