Instead of asking what should be done after Saturday about Penn’s rivalry with Villanova, it is more appropriate to focus on the rest of 2014 and what 41-7 drubbing at the hands of the Wildcats means for the Red and Blue moving forward.
If you were in attendance at Franklin Field today, you probably knew exactly just how Penn football’s game against No. 6 Villanova was going to end up.
The Wildcats, the No. 6 ranked squad in FCS football, scored in just over two minutes and didn't let up for the rest of the game, winning, 41-7, and handing Penn its biggest defeat since Al Bagnoli took over as head coach.