The Good: After ending the first half with a sizable, the Quakers gained momentum with a powerful performance by Tre Solomon.
In a turnover-ridded, mistake-filled game, Fordham managed to make fewer costly errors en route to a 31-17 defeat of the Quakers.
Ask any civilian on the street who the nation’s premier power couple is, and you’ll probably get some varied responses; Kim and Kanye, Beyonce and Jay-Z and Brad and Angelina are among many names that might get thrown out there.
But within the realm of Penn Athletics, the answer is quite simple: Bob and Juli.
On Saturday evening, Penn football showed that they are a good Ivy League team, just not a great FCS team.
If last year was a tale of two seasons for Penn football, Saturday was a tale of two halves.
Hosting Lehigh in the team’s season opener, the Quakers fell, 49-28, scoring 28 first-half points before getting shut out in the second half to the previously winless Mountain Hawks (1-2).
One Penn cheerleader knelt and another raised her fist during the national anthem at Penn football’s opening game against Lehigh.