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.
After spending three seasons at Penn and one at WCU, Ryan Glover is heading to Cal, where he'll most likely be competing for the backup quarterback role.
In his sophomore year, Ryan Cragun emerged as a standout receiver for Penn football. Now, going into his senior year, Cragun has to prove that his sophomore ascension wasn't a fluke.
While it didn't end as abruptly as last year's season, this year's athletics season was marred by cancellations and a lack of play.
For many of Penn's graduating seniors, this meant that they had no traditional senior night. In honor of these soon-to-be graduates, here's a look at some of the seniors from fall sports that impacted their respective programs the most.
Offensive lineman Jack Purcell had experience with volunteering, but COVID-19 vaccine distribution was a fresh challenge for the sophomore.
Ten days after a return to in-person classes for fall 2021 was announced, the Quakers moved into Ivy Phase IV and spring sports teams are now being allowed to have in-person competitions against local universities. As shifts towards a post-pandemic college atmosphere occur, we take a look at what the fall will look like on campus.
Early college football games were only shown in black and white, if at all. But the first college football game to be broadcast in color occurred at Penn's very own Franklin Field.
Justin Tuck is one of the most gifted football players to ever pass through Penn. Ironically, however, he was only at Penn as a graduate student, never playing for the Red and Blue.
After stints with five different NFL teams, Copeland joins a retooling Falcons squad that has had three consecutive seasons with a losing record.
Penn's five assistant coaches not only manage players, implement game plans, and coach technique, but they also are all assigned different geographic regions to recruit the next generation of Quakers to lead the storied programs