In the days leading up to Penn football's home opener on Oct. 1, campus had been buzzing with excitement. The student section had sold out of mobile tickets three days before the game; for first years and sophomores, this was their first chance to see the Quakers play at Franklin Field. It was the first Penn home football game since 2019 after the 2020 season was suspended due to COVID-19.
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For over one year, Penn sporting events were put on hold.
Three years ago, the streets of Philadelphia were overflowing with excitement. Fireworks were set off, cars were overturned, and traffic poles were taken over by raucous fans. The Philadelphia Eagles had won their first-ever Super Bowl.