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NEW HAVEN, Conn. — It was a beautiful night for football, but it was not a beautiful game of football.
10/20/16 12:54am
Three road games, two home games and a potential Ivy title. That’s all that’s left for Penn football as it moves into the second half of the 2016 campaign. First up on that list is Yale.
10/18/16 9:29pm
Senior Sports Editor Nick Buchta: There’s almost an embarrassment of riches to pick from on Penn women’s soccer — almost all of them freshmen!
10/18/16 9:27pm
In what would have been a poetic travesty, Hunter the Punter didn’t always want to be a punter. “I was asked about doing it the summer before my sophomore year of high school... I tried it out and didn’t really like it,” Hunter Kelley, Penn football’s standout fourth-down man, said.
10/17/16 9:41pm
In their first Ivy League game of the year, Penn football took on Dartmouth, a team that shared the conference title with the Quakers in 2015.
10/17/16 9:41pm
Another week, another standout performance by a Penn offensive player. Junior running back Tre Solomon had the best performance of his career Saturday vs.
10/15/16 7:08pm
Much like Al Bagnoli's last time coaching at Franklin Field, things went poorly for Al Bagnoli on Saturday.
10/15/16 5:28pm
While Penn football was up 7-0 at halftime in Saturday's game against Columbia at Franklin Field, the Lions' band made a fierce attack at the home team.