I didn't go out for Halloween last night. Instead, I sat home and analyzed two hours of film in preparation for the basketball team's opener against the UTEP Miners.
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Now this could have been good. Brown has a great logo to use on its helmet, but alas it doesn't, instead going with the whole word "Brown" instead of this awesome look it used between 2001-2003. The helmet now has way too much going on.
Get those tents ready. Duke's Krzyzewskivilles, if only for one day, are coming to Penn.
Hey Penn fans! Want to see a team that actually looks like Penn State?
They were seven of the most unreal minutes of my sports-writing life. Following Penn's 16-0 win over Columbia yesterday, Lions coach Norries Wilson absolutely exploded at his post-game press conference, and it was a sight to be seen.
In my estimation, there were four types of Fran Dunphy recruits: the local kid, the Jersey kid, the Cali kid and the miscellaneous. In fact 10 of the 15 players on the current roster, all recruited by Dunphy, come from the first three categories.
I was watching the Eagles-Cowboys game Sunday when the announcers pointed out that the Birds had a different leading receiver in each of its five games.
Braden Lepisto's 140 receiving yards were the most for a Penn wideout since Oct. 2, 2004, when Dan Castles caught nine for 145 in Penn's 35-0 win over Dartmouth.
Penn has its final non-conference game tomorrow in Lewisburg, Pa, against Syracuse Bucknell, whose home uniforms look (a lot like the Orange's) like this.
As a companion to the article about the renewal of the Ivy League football schedule, through 2017 from today's DP, here are three additional questions and answers:
Penn starts the Ivy League season this weekend with Dartmouth -- the team with arguably the most interesting uniforms in the league and the most recent changes.
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Remember when Penn was just a Division I football program?
It's a comparison that Penn fans hope never becomes reality. But this basketball off-season has already been filled with three or four distractions that makes me worry about the team's chances in the upcoming season.
I just got back from Center City, where Philadelphia Mayor John Street held a press conference with members of the United States Olympic Committee touting the city's bid to host the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Nothing gets a college sports fan excited like the NCAA Tournament selection show. OK, so maybe the NCAA tennis selection show isn't quite as exciting as its basketball counterpart in March, but for Penn fans, there was some genuine interest.
For the second year in a row, the Ivy League had exactly one man picked in the NFL Draft. Last year, Harvard quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick went in the seventh and final round to St. Louis.
Courtney Jaworski had no doubt that his team belonged in the men's 4x800-meter Championship of America race. But a collision after John Guzman handed the baton to Bryan Scotland for the second leg left the Quakers way behind the pack.
Arkansas had been on a bit of a drought, you could say. The Razorbacks went home empty from last year's Penn Relays, and they were on the verge of doing the same this year. That's a dry spell if I've ever heard one, for the team that's won more NCAA track titles than anyone ever -- 41 -- and that fact is emblazoned across the front of the Arkansas media guide.
It's the start of the final day of the 112th Penn Relays, and people are jamming into the stands early to see all the big races. The highlights will come from the USA vs. the World relays, in which America's best runners -- including superstars Justin Gatlin and Lauryn Williams -- will run against the best from other nations.