If Week 3 of the NFL is representative of the larger season in the slightest, then expect an engaging 2021-22 season with plenty of unexpected scores. Here's a look at how Penn alumni in the NFL fared last week.
We know who the players for Penn football are, but do we know which team will show up on Saturdays?
During Saturday’s rough game, Penn (1-1) only obtained the lead on one occasion, and once that happened, the Quakers quickly gave up two consecutive touchdowns, punctuating a difficult outing for the Red and Blue.
This Saturday, the Red and Blue travel an hour north to Fisher Stadium to take on Layfayette (0-3) in a search to stay undefeated on the season.
The Ivy League's return to action this weekend was a success, with the league as a whole winning five of eight matchups.
The Quakers trounced the Bison by a whopping 24-point margin, in large part due to the play of their new starting quarterback, senior John Quinnelly.
Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride argues that Penn football's two non-conference games before it faces off against Dartmouth will be key in the team's quest to find its identity.
Football is officially back, and so are the former Quakers who play in the NFL. Let’s check in on Penn alumni Greg Van Roten, Justin Watson, Brandon Copeland, and Kevin Stefanski, and see how their season debuts went.
The biggest contenders for the Ivy League crown this season are many of the usual suspects. Penn will look to position itself to upset the favorites.
As Penn football begins its first season in almost two years, we take a look at this year’s Red and Blue defense to see who has appeared in previous seasons and who we might see in their upcoming games.
After the prior season was canceled due to COVID-19, the Red and Blue will be back out on the field for the first time in nearly two years on Sept.18 against Bucknell. Here are some returning wide receivers, as well as some newbies, to look out for this season.
Penn football announced the team's five captains for the 2021 season, including three graduate students and two seniors: graduate student Brian O'Neill, senior Jake Heimlicher, graduate student Isaiah Malcolme, senior Trevor Radosevich, and graduate student Prince Emili.
Football is back for the Quakers for the first time since Sept. 21, 2019. But, who will be under center for Week 1 is still up in the air. Here are the players competing for the starting quarterback job.
Defensive lineman Prince Emili is looking to bounce back after last year's canceled season, which robbed him of a chance to contend for Ivy League Player of the Year.
For freshman running back Aaron Jones, not even the greatest hurdles can stop him from achieving success, as he's managed to secure his place on the Penn football team despite a lifelong struggle with hearing.
Going into the upcoming fall athletics season, five teams will see action for the first time since 2019.
After reading this list, expect to be a little more fluent in Quaker jargon — from the program’s storied past to its ever-changing present.
While at Penn, Joe Holder developed the concept of the Ocho System, which led him to a career working with the likes of Nike and MasterClass, and even writing for GQ.
Going into Bucs' training camp, Penn football alum Justin Watson will be sidelined after having knee surgery, which will likely hurt him in his effort to make the team.
Although the Eagles stopped playing at Franklin Field in 1970, the story of Vince Papale, who played for the Eagles in the late 1970s, was filmed there because of its storied history with the team and for financial considerations.