After a record-setting four years with Penn football, wide receiver Justin Watson is trying to take his game to the pros. And Monday was a big step towards that.
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The second 2018 matchup between Penn men’s basketball and Harvard was billed as a battle between the Ivy League’s top two teams. And did it ever live up to the hype.
The score is 35-35 with 14:03 remaining in the second half. Penn men’s basketball, which had started the season 6-0 in Ivy League play, finds itself struggling to break away from 0-6 Dartmouth.
Last season, Penn men’s basketball had six Ivy League wins in 14 games. This season, it has six wins in six games.
Last year, they started 0-6 against the Ivy League. Now, the Quakers have won their first three Ivy games for the first time since 2012.
Penn men’s basketball has won its first three games in conference play and looks to follow up on its promising yet disappointing 2017 Ivy League tournament run. Guards Ryan Betley and Darnell Foreman and forward AJ Brodeur return to the starting lineup and have provided continuity, while guard Antonio Woods has been a mainstay in the rotation after rejoining the team following a one-year hiatus. For the Quakers, the only starter who was not previously a fixture in the starting lineup is junior forward Max Rothschild.
Now that’s how you clinch a winning record.
The Ivy League title isn't happening. But faced with an 0-3 record, they fought back as far as they could.
This season might be a disappointment to both teams thus far, but the rivalry hasn’t lost any intensity.
Two games into Ivy play, two heartbreaking losses on the last play.
Following two tough losses, Penn football has bounced back in the first half at Columbia.
After dicing up Lehigh for 268 yards and three touchdowns on the ground, sophomore running back Karekin Brooks now has 410 rushing yards and five touchdowns, placing him 11th and 5th, respectively, in the Ivy League.
Football is back at Franklin Field.
Jake Crouthamel was the first player ever signed by the Dallas Cowboys and one of the founding fathers of the Big East Conference as the athletic director of Syracuse University. He was also the only coach in Ivy League history to win championships in each of his first two seasons — until Penn football coach Ray Priore became the second last November.
When the Ivy League football preseason media poll was released on August 8, it picked the Penn football team to place third for the 2017 season behind co-favorites Princeton and Harvard.
Penn men’s basketball will take a vacation over the next few weeks, with its next game coming December 28 against Drexel at the Palestra. Christmas came early for the Quakers, though, after they stunned UCF with a 58-49 upset in Orlando on Monday night.
With 8:42 remaining in the second half, junior guard Darnell Foreman’s jumper put Penn basketball within two points of George Mason at 57-55.
In the movie business, sequels rarely hold up to the original. It’s tough enough to make one good movie, and even more difficult to make another one with the same cast of characters.
It’s tough for a defender to make a tackle while on the ground. Unfortunately for Penn football’s opponents, they have found themselves in that position often this season.
Big wins are great, but the encore is just as important.