vaughn: >> wendy davis: >>>dan moscaritolo:the blue hens of delaware came into fisher stadium saturday and spoiled lafayette's home opener. the leopards head on the road to princeton this weekend...looking to do the same to the tigers. wfmz's dave lesko has more. 3 3 dave leskoreminicent of last year, lafayette's only points against delaware saturday 3 night came off the foot of jacob bissell. the pards just couldn't get anything going on offense. drew reed was 14 of 31 for just 111 yards with two interceptions. still, lafayette held a 6-3 lead until under a minute left in the third, then the blue hens would score 21 unanswered points to drop the pards to 1-1 with the 24-6 setback.frank tavani"not taking advantage of opportunities that were there. a lot of things that didn't go well, but there were seven dropped balls, a lot of which were in critical situations, including two of them for touchdowns. and then a touchdown catch called back with a penalty. those kinds of things just take their toll on you."dave leskosaturday lafayette travels to princeton for the tigers season opener. princeton went just 5-5 a year ago, but crushed the pards 40-7 right here at fisher stadium and they've have won the last eight meetings between the two teams.kevin zataveski"they bring a lot on defense. they like to blitz. they live and die on the blitz. so we're preparing for every situation. we know what they're going to do. i know they're going to put more stuff in, we're just going to have to go at it on the fly." frank tavani"princeton's always a very talented team with good athletes. very strong at the skilled positions and the quarterback is very experienced and an outstanding young man. again, they're always a tough, physical football team, and we certainly seem to not to be able to get over that hump, eventhough despite that, that was my first win here as a head coach. so i'll just try to hang onto that a little bit."in easton, dave lesko 6 9 sports