It is now past Week 13 of the 2020 NFL season, and viewers now have a clear idea of how the playoffs are shaping up with only a month left to go in the regular season.
On April 13, 1996, Penn inducted its inaugural Athletics Hall of Fame class. Since then, 10 more classes have been elected, with the most recent inducted on May 4, 2019.
The Daily Pennsylvanian is taking an in-depth look at Penn's NFL draftees to analyze when they were selected and how successful their professional careers were.
Eagles fans have a long reputation for being exceptionally hostile, the most notorious example coming when they booed Santa Claus, an event which occurred at Penn’s own Franklin Field in 1968.
Penn football alumnus and current New England Patriots linebacker Brandon Copeland was named to the 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30 Sports list on Tuesday.
After trouble in the first half, Penn football rebounded from a 20-10 deficit to score an epic 26-23 overtime victory against Princeton on Nov. 7, 2015.
The Penn Catholic Newman Center has not abandoned this fact of life, despite facing the innumerable challenges associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
During this craziness, let’s check in on how the Penn alumni Kevin Stefanski, Justin Watson, Greg Van Roten and Brandon Copeland fared in Week 12.
Make no mistake about it though: all the little bits that Al Bagnoli contributed to Penn football over the years made a bigger impact than anyone in the program's history.
Now past the halfway point for most teams, NFL teams are beginning to gear up for the playoffs or position themselves for next season.
Burkeitt has now been serving as an athletic trainer at Penn since 2018, where he assists the baseball, men’s soccer, and lightweight rowing programs.
Week 9 of the 2020 NFL season has arrived, providing viewers with a better idea of how the league is shaping up come playoff time.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn football senior quarterback Ryan Glover 15 questions about his time with the team, his experience at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what he had to say.
We are now eight weeks into a rocky NFL season, as four Penn alumni navigate the new COVID-19 landscape. As we near the halfway point of the season, we check in with how they're doing.
Today, we took a look back at the five Quakers who have had the most successful NFL careers.
Bednarik always had fight in him. Known as one of the most hard-nosed, tough players in NFL history, Bednarik earned himself a fitting nickname: Concrete Charlie.
Trump’s four years in the Oval Office have thus far been riddled with inconsistencies, contradictory statements, and lies. His long history with both professional and college football consists of much of the same.
The 2010 Quakers put in countless hours of work in order to have a moment of relief and glory as it claimed another title.
John Outland first stepped on Franklin Field just two years after it was built. Nearly 125 years after his final snap on Franklin Field, Outland’s legacy still is one of the most remarkable to touch Penn football.
John Heisman began his football career as an offensive lineman, first playing for Brown from 1887-89 and then for Penn in 1890 and 1891 following a transfer.