A look at the Quakers' nonconference schedule.
It's been a busy summer for Brandon Copeland.
Now almost three years removed from helping guide Penn football to its last Ivy League title, the former Red and Blue linebacker is still trying to make an NFL roster.
A DP Sports roundtable. Covering Penn Athletics ... with more personal pronouns.
In preparation for the upcoming season, Penn football held its annual Media Day on Monday. With a new head coach and two new head coordinators, there was certainly a lot to be said.
Don't forget about the new guy.
It's fair to say things didn't go anywhere close to planned for Penn football in 2014.
Can’t make it to Franklin Field to watch Penn football live in action this fall? No fear.
The Quakers announced this week that the team will play three of its games on national television.