In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football grinds it out on the ground, a field hockey sophomore puts in another full shift, and both men's and women's soccer prevail in shoutout environments. Check out last week's edition here.
The drive left the Quakers with under four minutes to score three touchdowns and complete the comeback. Penn lost its Ivy opener, 28-15.
Cornell's two goals snapped Penn's streak of 28 games without conceding multiple goals in conference play.
The bulk of those yards came from sophomore running back Laquan McKever who contributed 238 of those. Between McKever and quarterback Eddie Jenkins, Penn scored four touchdowns on the ground.
Banks has played in every minute of the Quakers' nine games this season. Field hockey split their two games this weekend, falling to No. 19 Harvard before beating Boston University 1-0.
Penn had half as many shots, but more shots on goal — Penn had five to Cornell's four. Penn's three goals were the most in an Ivy League game in two years.
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