20-point underdogs, Penn football led Harvard from start to finish on Saturday to win, 30-21, and clinch at least a share of the Ivy League title.
Penn senior running back Lyle Marsh erupted for 130 yards rushing Saturday, including a 47-yarder in the first quarter. Harvard entered the game allowing just 44 yards on the ground per game.
Senior quarterback Billy Ragone threw for 108 yards and ran for 95 before leaving the game with a dislocated left ankle in Saturday’s 30-21 win over Harvard.
Penn trainers relocated quarterback Billy Ragone’s left ankle after he dislocated it at the end of the third quarter. He did not return and will have surgery this week.
Senior quarterback Billy Ragone was driven off the field at the end of the third quarter after dislocating his left ankle. He returned to the sidelines and watched the end of the game from the cart.
Senior quarterback Billy Ragone celebrated the end of Penn’s victory from a Gator on the sidelines after dislocating his ankle at the end of the third quarter Saturday. Andrew Holland will start in his place next week at Cornell.
Senior running back Lyle Marsh ran for 130 yards in Penn’s 30-21 win over Harvard Saturday.
Senior tight end Ryan Allen celebrates Penn’s third Ivy championship in four years after the Quakers beat Harvard Saturday, 30-21, at Franklin Field.
The Daily Pennsylvanian takes a look back at the past 20 years of union activism on campus.
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