Now that’s how you clinch a winning record. On Saturday, Penn football defeated Cornell, 29-22, in a thriller at Franklin Field.
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Saturday could be senior captain Louis Vecchio's last game for the Red and Blue, but his story isn't over just quite yet.
Penn football will host Princeton on Saturday as it clings to its slim Ivy League title hopes. While the Quakers (3-4, 1-3 Ivy) claimed their first Ivy win in Providence, R.I. against Brown last weekend, they do not control their destiny. They currently rank seventh behind three 3-1 teams and three 2-2 teams, including Princeton (5-2, 2-2).
Penn football fell to Columbia, 34-31 in overtime. The Lions (5-0, 2-0 Ivy) crawled back from a 21-7 deficit by scoring 21 unanswered points in the fourth quarter before walking off in overtime on a 24-yard touchdown to wide receiver Josh Wainwright.
At halftime, the Quakers lead the Lions 14-7.
Penn football’s running backs have stepped up after senior and 2016 first-team All-Ivy selection Tre Solomon left in the first quarter of the season opener with an apparent ankle injury.
Priore, who spent 28 years as an assistant at Penn before taking over when Al Bagnoli retired after the 2014 season, has joined an exclusive club and will try again to match what became Crouthamel’s three championships in his first three seasons of head coaching.
Football is back at Franklin Field.
We’ve established that the Quakers can be dangerous when labeled an underdog. So following that logic, the poll did them a favor by making them one again in 2017.
Penn men’s basketball will take a vacation over the next few weeks, with its next game coming December 28 against Drexel at the Palestra.
With 8:42 remaining in the second half, junior guard Darnell Foreman’s jumper put Penn within two points of George Mason at 57-55.Between that moment and senior guard Matt Howard’s free throw with 3:07 left, the Quakers scored zero points on nine missed shots and a turnover.
In the movie business, sequels rarely hold up to the original. It’s tough enough to make one good movie, and even more difficult to make another one with the same cast of characters.After entering the 2015 season ranked sixth in the Ivy League preseason media poll and dropping three of its first four games, Penn football won six straight to share the Ancient Eight title with Harvard and Dartmouth.
It’s tough for a defender to make a tackle while on the ground. Unfortunately for Penn football’s opponents, they have found themselves in that position often this season.
Big wins are great, but the encore is just as important.Penn sprint football will travel to New Hampshire for a Saturday afternoon clash with Franklin Pierce.
With the Ivy League ban on postseason play, Penn football’s non-conference matchups aren’t the team’s top priority.
Last year, they got away. Saturday marks the rematch.Penn football will travel to New York Saturday to play at Fordham for its road opener. In last year’s matchup, Penn came back from a 25-point deficit before losing on a late Fordham field goal, 48-45.
One Penn cheerleader knelt and another raised her fist during the national anthem at Penn football’s opening game against Lehigh.
Outside of those involved with Penn sprint football, not many expected the Quakers to be players in the CSFL title race.Yet, come late October, there they were.
It’s good to be back.Penn cross country will get its first taste of competition on Friday at the Big Five Invitational at Belmont Plateau.
As the opening credits appear to the tune of the music score, Ray Priore is readying for his first season as head coach of the Penn football team, his 29th year as part of the staff.