Penn football announced its four captains, all seniors, for
next season as wide receiver Conner Scott, tight end Mitchell King, linebacker
Dan Davis and safety Evan Jackson received the honor.
The times are certainly changing for the Red and Blue, as Saturday’s Spring Game gave us a look into a different version of Penn football, one that features a five-man race to be the Quakers’ starter at quarterback.
On a warm, windy Saturday afternoon at
Franklin Field, Penn football took the field to culminate spring activities in
its annual Spring Game.
After 22 seasons at Penn — including 19 as quarterbacks coach — Larry Woods announced his retirement Wednesday.
Penn released its
schedule for the 2014 season, and the team will face six road games in its 10-game slate.
Harry Gamble, coach of Penn football from 1971-80, died Tuesday morning. He was 83. Gamble is perhaps most well known for his time as team president and chief operating officer of the Philadelphia Eagles, but he got his coaching start with Penn.
For many Penn football fans, the play against Dartmouth will come away as the defining moment of Park’s football career. But there’s a lot more that will inevitably be left out of the highlight reel.
For Bill Young, life is just like it was on the gridiron — it’s all about making plays and playing hard until the whistle blows.
Quite simply, that wasn’t the ending that Billy Ragone, Sam Chwarzynski, Ryan Becker and the other seniors deserved.
The Quakers nearly pulled off a stellar comeback, but came up just short.
The matchup is for the Trustee’s Cup and bragging rights in the 120th meeting between Penn and the Big Red. The game represents a chance to finish the season .500 and with a winning record in Ivy League play.
For Cam Countryman, a second-year wide out from Santa Clarita, Calif., football has always been a
Whether it’s the inability to get going on the ground, make the big stops, or finish a big special teams play, Penn has consistently failed to come through this season.