While the five games over break won’t be easy, the entire winter slate represents an opportunity for the Red and Blue (2-6) to finally turn the corner.
Unfortunately, just four games into the 2013-14 campaign, it’s becoming painfully clear that Penn has no player worthy of being called adaptable.
Similar to the team’s previous two losses to Temple and Penn State, Penn (1-3) created a first-half deficit that was too difficult to overcome, and the Quakers fell to No. 25 Iowa, 86-55.
While Friday’s matchup with Iowa (4-0) marks the Quakers’ (1-2) second consecutive contest with a Big Ten opponent, very few nonconference matchups are this unique.
For Cam Countryman, a second-year wide out from Santa Clarita, Calif., football has always been a
Penn (0-1) will look to assuage its rebounding woes as the Quakers travel to New Jersey to take on Monmouth (1-0).
We break down who was good, bad and worse for Penn in its season opener against Temple Saturday evening.
With a crucial homecoming weekend game looming against rival Princeton next week, the Red and Blue (4-2, 3-0 Ivy) hit the road on Saturday to take on Brown, a feisty team that pushed Penn to the brink a season ago.
With two weeks remaining in the preseason before kicking off the 2013-14 campaign on Nov. 9, the Quakers had their first intersquad scrimmage of the year on Saturday, which ended in a tie.
After a nonconference victory over Lafayette and two wins over inferior Ivy opponents, Penn’s special teams have been a cause for concern.
If Penn’s schedule against opponents outside of the Ivy League has taught us anything before, it is that where the Quakers finish the season rarely corresponds to how they began it.
After dropping their visit against cross-town rival Villanova a week ago, the Quakers (1-1, 0-0 Ivy) return to action this Saturday against Ivy League foe Dartmouth in a crucial game for both teams.
Now in his fourth year coaching the Hawkeyes after making three consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances with Siena, we caught up with the old Penn standout.
With 1:14 left in the first quarter of Penn football’s game against Villanova on Saturday, Connor Loftus lined up for a 42-yard field goal.
Penn’s receiving corps is not only one of the most experienced groups on the team, but also one with a special bond.
After watching Penn begin its pursuit of a fourth outright Ivy League title in five years on Saturday, it’s clear that the Quakers aren’t rebuilding so much as they’re reloading even at some of their most inexperienced positions.
We take a look at every position for the Red and Blue as replace their entire defensive line but bring back many of their other offensive and defensive starters.
For the first time since its season-ending victory over Cornell that clinched the Ivy League title outright, the Quakers (0-0) return to the field this weekend as they welcome in-state rival Lafayette to Franklin Field.
We asked Dan Davis about the pursuit of a fourth title, his musical choices, and what his secret talent is.
Though the Quakers (0-3) dropped all three of its matches at the University of Maryland Invitational this weekend, several spurts of strong play from both the overall team, as well as on an individual level, helped the team hold its own.