The fact that the Red and Blue were in that position, where a single play could give them a great chance at a win, should be viewed as a positive moving forward.
In a tightly-contested season opener, the Quakers ultimately fell 28-27 to the Blue Hens.
With new faces on both sides of the ball, Penn football opens the season with a tough road test against No. 20 Delaware (3-0).
Take a look at DP Multimedia's favorite moments from last season's ten Penn football games.
As the Quakers prepare to take on No. 20 Delaware to open their fifth season under head coach Ray Priore, the team recognizes this season marks the end of an era for Penn football.
I don’t think Penn football will be particularly good this year. I also hope they prove me wrong.
Here's a look at the way the other seven teams in the Ancient Eight will line up this season.
Three years ago, Tyler Herrick had his sights set on playing quarterback for Penn. Now, he has a chance to be the Quakers’ number one wide receiver.
This past off-season, renovations across Franklin Field resumed, restricting access to much of the stadium to fans. Construction will continue until the spring.
The Quakers will roll with senior Nick Robinson at quarterback this year as they attempt to return to the top of the Ivy League.
Morris, who was hired as Penn football’s new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in January, has been cherishing his time with the Red and Blue so far.
After bursting onto the Ivy League football scene last year with three interceptions, the second-year defensive back is poised for another campaign to watch.
Throughout coach Ray Priore’s time with the program, Penn football has produced a disproportionate amount of the best tailbacks in the Ivy League.
Inside linebacker Nick Miller may have been the best player in the Ivy League last year. After his graduation, it’s someone else’s time to step up.
Here are the players to keep an eye on at each position this season for Penn football.
Nearly a year removed from suffering season-ending injuries in Penn football’s 2018 opener, the two-time second team All-Ivy defensive back has returned for his fifth year as a Quaker.
Overall, college football has seen a steady decline in game attendance, and Penn is all too familiar with this issue.
In an effort to roll out new marketing initiatives for the basketball and football seasons, Fitzpatrick and Jakimowicz hope to re-engage current Penn students in the sports culture.
As Franklin Field celebrates 125 years this season, here's a reflection on the Penn football history and traditions that have lasted since its inception as well as emerged through the decades.
Although the Quakers won’t return to Franklin Field until Sept. 21, three former Penn football players will look to make an impact on the NFL stage.