Better late than never.
For Penn Athletics, the timeless idiom has never been more true, as several transfer students have found their respective ways to 33rd Street and quickly made an impact on the Quakers’ athletic program.
If the Penn football team beats Cornell at Franklin Field to win the Ivy League title and Brian Seltzer is not in the booth to provide commentary, did it really happen?
Ever since 2008, the 2007 college graduate has been the voice of Penn football.
Although Penn boasts countless spectacular student-athletes, the most impressive aspect of their success may not even be the athletic success itself.
When Weenies then-junior fullback/safety Matt Mantica proclaimed that the end of DPOSTM’s run of success was in sight at last year’s Kamin Cup, the incoming president’s prediction seemed ludicrous.
To the victor goes the spoils.
Fresh off leading Penn football to an Ivy League title, senior linebacker Tyler Drake was awarded the Bushnell Cup as the Ancient Eight's Defensive Player of the Year Monday.
In a ceremony at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York, Drake beat out fellow finalist Dartmouth senior linebacker Will McNamara for the honor.
"He's a tireless worker.
A dialogue about football’s future is brewing as we speak. Why shouldn’t the Ivy League take a part in leading that discussion?